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Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.

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Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.
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Bring on the learning revolution! | Ken Robinson

In this poignant, funny follow-up to his fabled 2006 talk, Sir Ken Robinson makes the case for a radical shift from standardized schools to personalized learning — creating conditions where kids' natural talents can flourish.


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Does school kill creativity?

A short documentary examining the possibility that the way our current education model works diminishes or completely kills the creativity of a young student.

Narration
How School Kills Creativity by Ken Robinson


All Kids are born geniuses, but are crushed by society itself by Michio Kaku


Interviewees
Cassandra Geisel (
Sloane Mousseau
Lindsay Muzyczka (
Nicole Sabbage
Sean Ledlie
Dan Williams

Exhausting List of Videos Used
- [ETC] AFTERSCHOOL - 'Flashback' Dance Practice
- 3 Minute Wonder: Marcel Duchamp Fountain
- 1940s English primary school, playground, cloakroom, art class, gym
- 1970s stock footage - teaching science in urban high schools
- African children writing.
- Albert Einstein (01)
- Andy Warhol eating a hamburger
- Archive footage of Japanese acrobats, 1904
- Beach Party 1960s
- Best Fails of the Week 4 October 2013 || FailArmy
- Birthing Scenes White Woman pt2 Woman Giving Birth Newborn Best Shot Footage Stock Footage
- Black and Gold- Jazz Dance
- Black Holes and Worm Holes
- Cats Musical - Memory
- China Classical Chinese dance techniques streching no ballet :-)
- Close-up dolly shot of people studying.
- Close-up of people studying.
- Dolly shot of international students studying.
- Extreme close up pan of math textbook and graphing calculator. Vintage stylized video clip.
- Gillian Lynne and the Phantom choreography
- Gillian lynne
- HD Stock Footage - Back to School Vol. 1
- HIGH SCHOOL, SHYNESS
- Hot smoking teen
- Ice Age 4_ Continental Drift - First Look_ Official Scrat Short Film (2012) | FULL-HD
- JOSHUA TREE National Park Stars Galaxy Milky Way Time lapse Astrophotography
- Lorde - Becoming Lorde (VEVO LIFT UK)
- math animations - The story of PI
- NYC Ballet Presents NEW BEGINNINGS
- Original Dance Factory Preschool Tap
- Pharmacy medications. Vintage stylized video clip.
- Picasso
- Pre-School Stock Footage-Unlimited HD Downloads
- Royalty Free Stock Footage of Mother and child studying together.
- Royalty Free Stock Footage of Supplement pills dropping into a pile.
- Salvador Dali Rhino Painting
- Stock Footage - Creepy Science Fiction Climaxes of Failure
- Stock Footage of Father and Daughter Playing Together
- Swan Lake: Corps de Ballet (The Royal Ballet)
- Teenager is spitting and smoking (Aachen, Arkaden)
- Typhoon Molave Extreme Weather Stock Footage Screener HDV 1440x1080 50i
- Vancouver Sunrise Time Lapse
- Walnut Hill Ballet Class: Center
- Wide shot of students studying at a library.
- Young hipster people enjoying a beach party with guitar music - Stock Video Footage

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Expanding our definition of smart | Sir Ken Robinson + Amanda Palmer

In this witty interview Sir Ken Robinson discusses how he believes school systems are constricting creativity through standardizing education and what we need to do about it. Then grab your tissues for a heartfelt performance by Amanda Palmer.
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Sir Ken Robinson - Can Creativity Be Taught?

“If there was a moment when our crisis in education hit critical mass it may well have been the date Sir Ken Robinson’s TED talk went up on YouTube. In just 19 minutes his wry but eviscerating presentation gave voice to what so many of us are living through: our schools are failing to recognize creativity; we’re failing to prepare the next generation for the challenges that lie ahead.” - VANITY FAIR

Sir Ken Robinson, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in the development of creativity, innovation and human resources in education and in business. He is also one of the world’s leading speakers on these topics, with a profound impact on audiences everywhere. The videos of his famous 2006 and 2010 talks to the prestigious TED Conference have been viewed more than 25 million times and seen by an estimated 250 million people in over 150 countries. His 2006 talk is the most viewed in TED’s history. In 2011 he was listed as “one of the world’s elite thinkers on creativity and innovation” by Fast Company magazine, and was ranked among the Thinkers50 list of the world’s top business thought leaders.

Sir Ken works with governments and educations systems in Europe, Asia and the USA, with international agencies, Fortune 500 companies and some of the world’s leading cultural organizations. In 1998, he led a national commission on creativity, education and the economy for the UK Government. All Our Futures: Creativity, Culture and Education (The Robinson Report) was published to wide acclaim in 1999. He was the central figure in developing a strategy for creative and economic development as part of the Peace Process in Northern Ireland, working with the ministers for training, education enterprise and culture. The resulting blueprint for change, Unlocking Creativity, was adopted by politicians of all parties and by business, education and cultural leaders across the Province. He was one of four international advisors to the Singapore Government for its strategy to become the creative hub of South East Asia.

For twelve years, he was professor of education at the University of Warwick in the UK and is now professor emeritus. He has received honorary degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design, the Open University and the Central School of Speech and Drama; Birmingham City University, the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and Oklahoma State University. He was been honored with the Athena Award of the Rhode Island School of Design for services to the arts and education; the Peabody Medal for contributions to the arts and culture in the United States, the Arthur C. Clarke Imagination Award, the Gordon Parks Award for achievements in education and the Benjamin Franklin Medal of the Royal Society of Arts for outstanding contributions to cultural relations between the United Kingdom and the United States. In 2005, he was named as one of Time/Fortune/CNN’s ‘Principal Voices’. In 2003, he received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for his services to the arts.

His 2009 book The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything is a New York Times best seller and has been translated into twenty-one languages. A 10th anniversary edition of his classic work on creativity and innovation, Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative was published in 2011. His latest book, Finding Your Element: How to Discover Your Talents and Passions and Transform Your Life, will be published by Viking in May 2013. Sir Ken was born in Liverpool, UK. He is married to Therese (Lady) Robinson. They have two children, James and Kate, and now live in Los Angeles, California.

Do Schools Destroy Creativity? - Ken Robinson

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Sir Ken Robinson says a schismatic view of the mind has marginalized many people's talents, creating a crisis of human resources. Human dysfunction...is a bounty for all kinds of corporations and institutions, says Robinson.

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Ken Robinson, innovation expert and author of Out of Our Minds: Learning to Be Creative, overcame polio to become one of the world's leaders in the development of creativity in business, education and human resources. - Los Angeles Public Library

Sir Ken Robinson - Sir Ken Robinson was born in Liverpool 4 March 1950, the son of James and Ethel Robinson. He is an internationally recognized leader in the development of creativity, innovation and human resources. He has worked with national governments in Europe and Asia, with international agencies, Fortune 500 companies, national and state education systems, non-profit corporations and some of the world's leading cultural organizations. They include the Royal Shakespeare Company, Sir Paul McCartney's Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, the Royal Ballet, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, the European Commission, UNESCO, the Council of Europe, the J Paul Getty Trust and the Education Commission of the States. From 1989 - 2001, he was Professor of Arts Education at the University of Warwick.

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Sir Ken Robinson: creativity should be elevated in our schools to the same status as literacy.
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