In this poignant, funny follow-up to his fabled 2006 TedTalk, Sir Ken Robinson makes a plea for a true revolution in education. He believes human development is an organic, rather than a mechanical, process. In that light, it seems we need to make a radical shift from standardized schools to personalized learning if we want to give our children a real shot at realizing their fullest potential.

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  • Watch Sir Ken Robinson's now-famous 2006 TedTalk on how schools might be killing creativity.
  • Talk to a child you know about what they find fascinating. Find a way to support this child in exploring and discovering his or her talents in that space.
  • Discover what fascinates YOU. Cultivate your own talents so that you may share them with the younger generation. The greatest revolution in learning is to understand it is primarily a process rooted in giving and sharing.

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