Changing paradigms Ken Robinson

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Changing paradigms Ken Robinson

  1. 1. • Schools try to teach students as they taught 100 years ago. Students need an education connected with reality • In the XVII and XIX century students were educated in order to get a job in the industrial economy. • But nowadays, it is false that if you are a good student you will get a job. OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  2. 2. OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  3. 3. • In the XVIII century first public schools were created. • People belonging to upper class didn’t want that poor people had the opportunity of getting free education. • Public Schools democratized Education. OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  4. 4. OLD FASHION EDUCATION
  5. 5. • Children are living one of the most intense and stimulated periods of ever. • Really difficult you can get their attention to a boring class. • Due to this ADHD Diagnoses has increased in the latest years. • They are medicated to calm them down. ACTUALITY
  6. 6. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  7. 7. • Creativity is the process of having ideas of value. • Children in Kidergarten are more creative than they are at the end of Primary Education. • Schools do not encourage children to take risks • Children need to know that mistakes are part of the learning process. • We all have this capacity • We better learn in groups, stop individualising. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  8. 8. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  9. 9. • Creativity is the process of having ideas of value. • Children in Kidergarten are more creative than they are at the end of Primary Education. • Schools do not encourage children to take risks • Children need to know that mistakes are part of the learning process. • We all have this capacity • We better learn in groups, stop individualising. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  10. 10. SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY
  11. 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 of the learning process EDUCATIVE REVOLUTION!
  12. 12. • Stop educating children by batches. • Avoid using standarised education. • Taking into account different learning styles • Fostering creativity • Children should be awaken up in order to get as much as they have inside. EDUCATIVE REVOLUTION!
  13. 13. EDUCATIVE REVOLUTION!

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