Ken Robinson, Changing Education Paradigms
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  • 1. • Schools try to teach students as theytaught 100 years ago. Students need aneducation connected with reality• In the XVII and XIX century students wereeducated in order to get a job in theindustrial economy.• But nowadays, it is false that if you are agood student you will get a job.OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  • 2. OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  • 3. • In the XVIII century first public schoolswere created.• People belonging to upper class didn’twant that poor people had the opportunityof getting free education.• Public Schools democratized Education.OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  • 4. OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  • 5. • Children are living one of the most intenseand stimulated periods of ever.• Really difficult you can get their attentionto a boring class.• Due to this ADHD Diagnoses hasincreased in the latest years.• They are medicated to calm them down.ACTUALITY
  • 6. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  • 7. • Creativity is the process of having ideas ofvalue.• Children in Kidergarten are more creative thanthey are at the end of Primary Education.• Schools do not encourage children to take risks• Children need to know that mistakes are part ofthe learning process.• We all have this capacity• We better learn in groups, stop individualising.SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  • 8. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  • 9. • Creativity is the process of having ideas ofvalue.• Children in Kidergarten are more creative thanthey are at the end of Primary Education.• Schools do not encourage children to take risks• Children need to know that mistakes are part ofthe learning process.• We all have this capacity• We better learn in groups, stop individualising.SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  • 10. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  • 11. • Schools must change their methodology.• Lessons should be:– More participative and collaborative– Based on teamworking activities– Fostering creativity and critical thinking– Encouraging students to take risks.– Letting them know that mistakes are part ofthe learning processEDUCATIVE REVOLUTION!
  • 12. • Stop educating children by batches.• Avoid using standarised education.• Taking into account different learningstyles• Fostering creativity• Children should be awaken up in order toget as much as they have inside.EDUCATIVE REVOLUTION!
  • 13. EDUCATIVE REVOLUTION!