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The Element

visual essay of Chapter 1: The Element from the book "The Element" by Ken Robinson
by

Mary Dowd

on 15 December 2010

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Transcript of The Element

The Element One Size Does Not Fit All As a child, Matt Groening, the creator of the cartoon "The Simpsons," was usually not encouraged
by his parents and teachers to pursue a career in cartoons. Gillian Lynne, a world-renowned dancer and choreographer. Paul McCartney of the Beatles
was never taught anything valuable in his music classes in school. He had to teach himself to play the guitar. And three, children are having their creativity squashed out by standardized testing and the increasing need
to conform. Three things that many schools
across the globe are doing wrong One, the preoccupation with only certain
types of academic ability, such as reasoning
and critical analysis. Two, there is a hierarchy of
subjects that are used to maintain
an outdated way of teaching. "Back to the basics" way
of Industrialized teaching. Math Science

Language Humanities Art There is a greater emphasis put on finding
one right answer. The attributes of change. VS Technology Demography Conditions of The Element Aptitude Discipline Work to Succeed Hope to Succeed Works Cited
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