Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson

Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson

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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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36 thoughts on “Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson”

  1. Michio Kaku also once said when people enter junior high school, people’s curiosity is eliminated by society because people have to memorize so many facts and figures. Subjects like science aren’t about memorization. That probably kills their creativity as well.

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  2. Schools indoctrinate kids into Marxist theory… that's what schools do. It's a slow drip over many years of communist ideals and the end result of this attack is only now bearing its rotten fruit.

    With the help of the entertainment industry, which has always been inherently liberal with ties to Marxism through the degenerate art era it's proven time and time again to be quite the potent combination.

    Use influencers, degrade the morals of locals, reward.

    Rinse and repeat. You can see this in motion in Weimar Germany btw.

    God bless.

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  3. A financial system free from many of the burdens and pitfalls created by trusted intermediaries and powerful masters sounds like a beautiful future we should all want to usher in..

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  5. There is a amazing amount of very creative and talented people in our
    Prisons. How most got there had nothing to to with living in creative
    Being. It has to do with living in
    Survival. A huge disadvantage and
    Disfunction of human potential. ♥

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  6. You know what the best part is this is a part is we had a whole 3 lessons about why school was terrible they know its a problem but don’t want to do anything:)

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  7. Shocking to hear of his passing. I just discovered this TED talk. May he rest in peace

    The sad reality is this TED talk’s almost as old as me but nothing has changed. It’s still exactly how he described it. The school system is just like the one guy in class who never does their homework, never studies, never passes and winds up having to repeat the same year multiple times. No pun intended lol

    We need changes like ASAP

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