Educator and creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson posits that creative thinking will help today’s young generations face the unknown future. Thus, he says, the educational system must stop stifling creativity and start embracing a broader concept of intelligence. Robinson’s wisdom, humor and vital message have made this TED’s most-viewed talk to date. getAbstract agrees with the unanimity of viewers’ comments that urge, “Everyone should watch this.”
In this summary, you will learn
- How the educational system stifles creativity,
- What consequences this brings and
- How schools must change to prepare children for the future.
About the Speaker
Sir Ken Robinson served on the British government’s committee to research creativity and the educational system in 1998, and he received a knighthood for his work.
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