Sir Ken Robinson at the RSA in 2010

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Changing Education Paradigms

As the debate on the future of education is raging in old and new worlds, this brilliant speech by Sir Ken Robinson came to mind. Adapted from a talk given at the RSA in 2010, it is as apt as ever to enlighten this on-going debate. Many creative students will recognize the failing of traditional education described by Sir Ken Robinson. Beyond his evaluation it seems creative education may be able to contribute to re-designing the future of education for all.

Sir Ken Robinson, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in the development of education, creativity and innovation. Recipient of the RSA’s Benjamin Franklin award, he has made a profound impact on audiences everywhere.  He is the author of best sellers: Out of Our Minds and The Element.









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