Do schools kill creativity? / Ken Robinson (good ways of speaking (a lot…
Do schools kill creativity? / Ken Robinson
good ways of speaking
a lot of jokes
They made his speech funny.
After an audience became calm, he resumed speaking.
It was easy to listen to his speech.
There were almost no cases that he turns to the bottom.
He gave good impression to me.
He wanted to talk about three things.
It's put us in a place where we have no idea what's happen, in terms of the future.
it takes us into the future that we can't grasp.
Children's capacities for innovation.
especially, the variety of it and the range of it.
Creativity and present-day education
National education systems teach that mistakes are the worst things.
Present-day education kill children's creativity..
If you're prepared to be wrong, we'll come up with anything original.
If not, we won't come up with anything original.
In hierarchy of education, the arts are the bottom.
Creativity now is as important in education as literacy and we should treat it with the same status.
He had some short stories.
His son's story
He didn't fear to make a mistake.
Gillian lynne's story
She wasn't ADHD and she became a dancer.
a little girl's story
She drew a picture of God which we don't know what God looks like.
As for his voice, there were two good points and there was one bad point.
He used a conventional tone.
I could relax while he spoke.
He didn't change his voice to any characters who appeared in his short stories.
If he did so, his speech would become more funny.
He used a calm voice, not lively voice.
I could listen to his speech without being tired.
We have to rethink the fundemental principales on which we're educatng our children.
We have to change present-day education.
We have to avert the scenarios which he had talked about.
We have to see our children for the hope.
Our job is to help our children make something of the future.
We have to let our children do as they like.