Do Schools Kill Creativity?


I enjoyed listening to the different perspectives and humorous analogies that Ken Robinson brought forth in his speech. His speech motivates me to continue enjoying being wrong to learn and grow, and place greater importance in creativity.

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Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

7 thoughts on “Do Schools Kill Creativity?

  1. I’m right in the middle of reading one of his books ‘The Element’ – wonderful, I really enjoyed this – mostly because I think he’s right, and I know it because of how I felt drowned in the system.

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      1. Ah, I see, a fellow traveller. I wish I could have had a different way. I loved his telling of the ballerina – significant I felt in making his point. But also that he was an educator too, so he knows the territory. Yes, I wonder about the future too, It’s all politicised around fads and trends but never the actual students or the educators.

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  2. Considering the school system has hardly changed in centuries, I have no doubt there are some problems with it. Thanks for sharing this interesting video. I still love how you have a theme for each month, it’s really cool!

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