How schools kill creativity

The present creativity retarding worldwide education system needs to be changed and reformed according to what Sir Ken Robinson has presented in his talk ‘How schools kill creativity‘ at the TED conference in February 2006. Sir Ken Robinson is an English author, speaker, and international adviser on non-profits, education, and arts bodies. He was born in March 4, 1950, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

The education system, which has been developed in 19th century, is focused on making students capable of getting jobs. It is as like as industrial production system which produce hundreds of graduates and push them into job fields .

As a result, talented people do not get the sense of achievement. Even they are not valued at school for the things they are good at. Eventually, their high creative possibilities get wasted.


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