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Do Schools Kill Creativity?

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Pearl Dulay

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Notes
Ideas
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How Schools Kill Creativity
TED TALK
Argument 1
Every student should be given the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Step 4
spoken word video
Conclusion
Do you think that 12 years of school have prepared you to make decisions about your future?
By Laura Jones & Pearl Dulay
http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html
The education system is built in a way that inhibits students creativity.

Subjects like math and science are considered more important than subjects in the arts.
willing to take a chance
being original
the worst thing you can do is make mistakes
math vs. dance
educated from the waist up
Gillian Lynne
"we don't grow into creativity we grow out of it"
-Picasso
University Professors
"You can't get a job in it."
Albert Einstein
J.K. Rowling
The Beatles
Conformity article (maybe put a picture of the 3 lines)
Why do you think people are more focused on subjects like math and sciences than the arts?
Should schools be structured in a way that accommodates the different learning styles?
If there were more opportunities to be "creative", would kids develop in a different way (introvert vs. extrovert)?
What would you do if you
knew you could not fail?
VS
Thesis
Argument 2
Argument 3
Why I love education, but hate school.
JK ROWLING
Albert Einstein

The Beatles
Asch Experiment
School systems negatively push
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to be the least significant part of a child's education.


How Schools Kill Creativity
By Ken Robinson
Full transcript