Thursday, 3 July 2008

Educational Entertainment!

If you thought listening to someone talking about schools and creativity would be boring - you obviously haven't listened to Sir Ken Robinson delivering a delightful assortment of inspirational thoughts, opinions and anecdotes on 'Do Schools Kill Creativity?'

His presentation can be seen on The TED organisation started out as an annual conference of minds and ideas worth sharing in the areas of Technology, Entertainment and Design. It has now broadened its scope to include a huge diversity of interests.

If you have a spare 20 minutes and you would like to be both entertained and informed, have a look at Sir Ken's video footage - his thoughts on Shakespeare as a boy are classic!

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1 comment:

Chris said...

All of Sir Ken's Ted talks are inspirational. Teachers, administrators and politicians responsible for education should be made to watch these Ted talks regularly.