In this 2006 TED talk, Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating a public education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity. Children are naturally creative, he says. And "we need to nourish their whole being," not just feed their minds with information, but rethink how to encourage the "richness of their capacity for imagination" rather than stultify it.


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  • Learn more about Sir Ken Robinson, who died in August 2020.
  • Watch Sir Ken Robinson's followup to this talk: Bring on the Learning Revolution.
  • Young children take risks all the time. They aren't afraid of being wrong until we educate them that making mistakes is the worst thing they can do. How might you educate the children in your life to meet the unknown?

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