Schools Kill Creativity?

Via on Feb 25, 2012

Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson challenges the way we’re educating our children. He champions a radical rethink of our school systems, to cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.

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About Tanya Lee Markul

Yoga Editor, Elephant Journal. I yoga, write, take photos and I investigate existentially. I got a thing for those who have found expression through some form of mastery or artistic fashion, and sincerity. (You set me free I set you). I adore anything that is equally cute and creepy. The most special ingredient you can find, be and put into anything is: yourself. Remember, everything you want, you already have and are. Look within. The more you use it, the more it will grow. For more randomness and love, visit me at Rebelle Lotus and, you don't want to miss the creative rebellion at Rebelle Society. Join us.

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6 Responses to “Schools Kill Creativity?”

  1. yogastronomer says:

    We love teaching our child at home! I have our farmhouse set up like a montessori classroom. Her nature lessons come from the wild animals on the farmland. Her exercise comes from time with mama on the mat :)

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