Learning Without Frontiers
Sir Ken Robinson's talk from London, March 2011. This is a long talk 29 minutes. You can see the full talk and panel discussion after the talk on Learning without frontiers website: http://www.learningwithoutfrontiers.com/sir-ken-robinson/
4/12/2011 10:49:32 am
Sir Ken Rock. Thanks for sharing
4/27/2011 07:00:14 am
This is probably one of the most interesting tools to get kids learn history. Kids listen to music so much and seem to learn lyrics rather quickly it seems only natural to implement this in their learning. I know I plan to use it for my social studies class.
6/23/2011 02:10:06 am
This is a great video. I have previously watched several videos from Ken Robinson. Although he does make several good points, I wonder how realistic it is that these changes can and will actually be implemented.
7/6/2011 06:31:12 am
I have also viewed several of Sir Ken's videos and I agree with much of what he says. I am concerned with the current push for math and science curriculum at the arts expense. I am preparing to be a science teacher but I know how important the arts are to complete the educational process. Not everyone is college bound and fewer will choose a career in science. Schools should be a gateway to the variety of options that one's life may take. I think many students become numb at school because they are unable to perform well at what the schoool deems important. We need to enrich the lives of our students and create whole persons, aware of their themselves and their abilities in our world. By creating a more specialized and narrower curriculum we will alienate more students. Schools need to enable student success.
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