Most readers of this blog will have seen ‘Do schools kill creativity?’ a 2007 TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson. He delivers an amusing but devastating critique of conventional education…
Sir Ken Robinson
Sir Ken Robinson’s ambition is to teach the world to understand creativity. This, he believes, would address many of society’s ills. Attacking the flaws in the education system would cut off creative stagnation at its root, reinforce business strength and promote innovation. With over 200m views of his TED talks, people are listening.
I’m reminded of how children think – they question everything. Always asking why this and how that. So, when you’re stuck on some creative task – just ask yourself, what would an eleven year old do?