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Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson says the world is facing a human resources crisis no smaller in scope than climate change, and education is to blame. His wit and wisdom make for an enjoyable experience, so getAbstract suggests that you watch his smart analysis of where education goes wrong – and how to revolutionize it.

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Sir Ken Robinson served on the British government’s committee to research creativity and the education system in 1998 and received a knighthood for his work.

 

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Global warming is not the only climate crisis the world faces; that is, as well as natural resources, human resources are in peril. The current educational model distances people from their true talents. As a result, few adults feel passionate about their work, and many come to believe they have no talents at all. Reforming education is not enough to address this crisis. The world needs an entirely new educational model. Educators must abandon paradigms and question systems they have long taken for granted. In the words of Abraham Lincoln, “As our case is new, so we must think anew and act anew...


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    G. B. 4 years ago
    The worst part is that teachers are not getting better either, quite the contrary. So it is challenging to motivate students with unmotivated teachers.