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Rsa Animate: Changing Education Paradigms
Rsa Animate: Changing Education Paradigms
14 October 2010 The RSA
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This RSA Animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award.

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This audio has been edited from the original event by Becca Pyne. Series produced by Abi Stephenson, RSA.

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Tania I
Tania I Hi there, does anyone know what the results were for the study shown in the book ¨Break Point and Beyond¨? When Sir Ken Robinson talks about measuring genius in 1500 people who were from kindergarten, at that age they scored 98%, what were the scores after, when children were 8-10 and 13-15? Anything is much appreciated.
Crystil Parker
Crystil Parker Adhd, and whether or not it exists, is not as he says “up for debate”. That component of this video took me out of what I would consider otherwise valid points. I agree with the systemic issues of the education system. But perhaps the point should have been to re-examine how the class is taught when a rising number of students needs are not being met by the method of instruction and assessment, rather than make any kind of statement about the validity of a very real and very difficult neurological disorder (one which often has co-morbid disorders such as ODD, dysgraphia, sensory integration disorder, and so on, which present challenges far beyond being bored and distracted). It was unnecessary and reckless to make such an uninformed and careless generalization about a disorder he does not clearly understand.
Kameleonic Superb. And upsetting to know that millions, if not billions of people 'fail'.
Arlan Berglas
Arlan Berglas Let's collaborate to Help Students Succeed! - Together WE can make a difference!
victor christensen
victor christensen But how do we bridge the gap between individualistic creativity and economic sustainability? Sure it would be great if we could all be creative as hell and love our jobs. But someone's gotta pick up the trash, someone has to take my order and bring me food back, someone has to direct traffic in construction zones . And I've worked many part time jobs and have hated it. But we all need to make money and someone has to do those jobs or we wouldn't live in the country like we so today. Yes it would be great if we can all live happy worthwhile lives. But I mean education and careers it's really just all models of human nature. We have leaders of the general mass and then general mass works works to improve living . Just because you provide the options doesn't mean someone will take control of their own lives. I agree we need to input new invigoration into public schools, but we can't all have amazing jobs economically can't work that way. And at least in America you have the opportunity to achieve whatever you want. And life is unfair some people will have to work alot harder and spend alot more of their own money. But we can't just let people study whatever they want in highschool because we need to have standards of success and create competition to produce the best work. So I don't know I wish we could all live these amazing lives but it doesn't work with how our country works today. It's just a fact that yes we value certain skills over others in our world. It doesn't mean they are less unique , but I would much rather pay someone more of my money to try and cure my cancer, then I would pay the person who painted those pictures in the waiting room at a hospital.