Ted talk subtitles and transcript: sir ken robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity. From “creative schools” i've now worked in education for more than forty years as a teacher, researcher, trainer, examiner, and adviser i've worked with all sorts of people, institutions, and systems in education and with businesses, governments, and cultural organizations i've directed practical initiatives. Schools kill creativity robinson asserts in one of his ted talks (2006) that school is geared towards creating university professors, right from the beginning while the claim may initially sound outlandish, his arguments are compelling: students are rewarded for silently obeying orders, slaving away at their. Robinson argues that being wrong is not the same thing as being creative, but if you are not prepared to be wrong, you will never come up with anything original and although all children have potential and are not afraid to take a chance, we squander that potential by creating a fear of being wrong our education system's. A nasa scientist ran a study testing the creative capacity of children throughout their lives into adulthood finding that our education systems almost completely kill creativity. Sir ken robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity. In the most watched ted talk of all time, educationalist sir ken robinson frsa claims that “schools kill creativity”, arguing that “we don't grow into creativity, we grow out of it or rather we get educated out of it” yet to robinson, “creativity is as important as literacy and we should afford it the same status.
In 2006 sir ken robinson gave a ted talk entitled do schools kill creativity[ 1] the most popular ted talk of all time, subtitles are available in 60 languages, and it has been viewed 44 million times, not including the entire groups that watch it sir ken's message certainly resonated with educators, parents and others. He led the british government's 1998 committee advising on creative education his findings were so powerful that he was knighted in 2003 he uses lynne's story at the close of his popular ted talk, why schools kill creativity it's now the site's most-watched talk by 8 million views sir ken robinson. He argues that schools are stifling instead of nurturing kids' creativity sir ken's 2006 ted talk, how schools kill creativity, has had 47 million views and become one of the most popular talks in history he was in montreal this week for the einstein youth forum, and sat down for an interview with the globe. Sir ken robinson delivered his first ted talk, titled “do schools kill creativity”, to a small audience in california in 2006 his rallying cry for a system that cultivates more than just academic intelligence went on to become the most-viewed ted video in history.
In his brilliant 2006 ted talk, sir ken robinson argued that our education system kills creativity the talk is funny, engaging, and makes a powerful argument that quickly became a staple, even a cliche, in education circles i recently showed the video to gould's administrative support staff during a lunch. As february half-term begins across the country this week, parents can use this time wisely to help develop their children's imagination and social skills – especially by encouraging them to spend more time playing outdoors here are some ideas on how to make the most of the school holidays and.
With schools having programmed standardized tests and limitations put upon students today, the trait of creativity is slowly declining. Sir ken robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity the ted.
For example, sir ken robinson has eloquently argued that instead of promoting our children's curiosity and sense of adventure, schools tend to encourage conformity and kill creativity he has passionately demanded a complete restructuring of the educational systems of the western world. Most children are “put through school like a manufacturing line in a factory” because the education system was designed to meet the needs of a different age , according to creativity expert, sir ken robinson speaking from his home in los angeles, he told education today: “one of the problems is that the organisation of. So why is this happening the answer is complicated it partly relates to the psychology of social conformity that generally increases with age and enhanced social awareness but it seems that something more is at play sir ken robinson in his now famous ted talk, “how schools kill creativity,” argues for. I speak about education from an unflattering point of view — maybe because it is destroying our fascinating, curious minds i don't claim to be an expert in education i am still a student and i speak for myself i believe that students should have a voice in the education system today, because mainly they are.
We recently came across this inspiring talk by sir ken robinson, an author, speaker, and international advisor on education in the arts as you know, we're dedicated to music education, so we share his belief in nurturing creativity in schools this talk is bound to get you thinking, and robinson is a humorous, quick-witted.
My contention is that creativity now is as important in education as literacy, and we should treat it with the same status ~ken robinson the following are excerpts from a transcript of ken robinson's ted talk from 2006, how schools kill creativity at over 32 million views, it is currently the most viewed of. I recently saw a ted talk given by sir ken robinson (author and educationist) in which he describes how schools are killing creativity he argued that creativity in kids is something we need to nurture in fact, he went so far as to say that creativity be. Creativity expert, sir ken robinson asserts that schools kill creativity just a few years in our educational system and kids say adios to their innate creative abilities -- to create something original and useful. At the moment i do think school's kill creativity because besides the days i have pe and besides recess and lunch everyday all i am doing in class is sitting at a desk and i bet everyone can relate my old maths teacher was the best teacher in the world because she didn't teach like any other teacher isn't of working from.