viernes, 17 de octubre de 2014

Education and creativity

Ken Robinson is becoming a legend in education reform. He led the British government's  1998 committee advising on creative education. His findings were so powerful that he was knighted in 2003. Robinson says American education system does the opposite of what Gillian Lynne was so fortunate to find. Instead of organizing around individual flourishing, we have standardized testing. That structure alienates students, so that many drop out before graduating. He uses Gillian Lynne's story at the close of his popular TED Talk, "Why Schools Kill Creativity." And here, I put his interesting talk about education and human creativity. Hope you enjoy it and reflect on too :)

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