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Ken Robinson: How schools kill creativity

Ken Robinson: How schools kill creativity

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The first time I watched this video was during one of my English classes. My English teacher was an example of what a motivating and inspiring mentor should be. I think that he taught us the way Sir Ken Robinson propagates, and hopefully, in the future more teachers will be as liberal as him. by hummingbird Feb 8

He takes the enlightenment view of education, whereas most primary education these days (and even much higher education I would argue) leans toward authoritarian indoctrination. I have more articles on the topic in a different pearltree : by tor.nelson Feb 8

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