Schools Kill Creativity?

Via Tanya Lee Markul
on Feb 25, 2012
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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

Luring the magic of what is natural back into our daily lives, Tanya Markul is a freer of creativity, of inner beauty + power, and an enthusiastic igniter of the wild spirit! She re-writing the wild flower sutras, and offers a refreshing & badass view on spirituality, wellness & authentic living. Sensitivity is her tree trunk, flower stem, and nucleus. It is her belly, and her heart. Tanya is an artist of life, a faery of trees, a wanderer of the dark, a writer of heart, a misfit yogini, and an Urban Priestess apprentice. She believes in the power of your personal weird, quirky, magic, and that only path toward inner freedom & light, is through the dark — eyes closed, heart open. Tanya is the creator of The Urban Howl, Yoga Write Now & Waking Wild. Join her free forum for monthly yoga & writing practices here. Join her free forum for 30 days of exercise for 30 days here. Join her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & get her free weekly & quirky newsletter here.


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 :)

  2. […] loves his sister (most of the time) and his parents (most of the time). He hates school, but loves learning. He has his own rules. Yes, he’ll get royally pissed off if you change the rules on […]

  3. […] When she was 10, we moved to California. The whining and tantrums had turned to talking back and continual resistance. It was also at 10 where I began to get a greater sense of what might be taking the light from her eyes. School. […]

  4. […] no longer prisoners to teaching in rows with chalk on a blackboard. People are individuals and they will learn and grow best when we teach them as such. We have […]

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