Changing Education Paradigms

Description:

This animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA’s Benjamin Franklin award.

Resources:

Robinson, S. K. (2010, October 14). Changing Education Paradigms . YouTube – Broadcast Yourself. Retrieved October 21, 2010, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U

Melissa Robaina

About Melissa Robaina

Melissa Robaina, MBA is an Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator and Consultant for the Company of Experts. For the last few years, Melissa has worked for the Company as a content creator and has collaborated with numerous subject matter experts around the world researching, organizing, and writing material that nurtures discussion and is applicable to today’s rapidly changing environment. Melissa has an interest in adult learning theory and is passionate about coordinating, developing, and facilitating transformation solutions in all human systems. Melissa has also co-facilitated Company of Experts offerings related to Change, Paradigm Shifts and Online offerings.

One thought on “Changing Education Paradigms

  1. Patricia Stokke

    “Changing Education Paradigms” is a creative, stimulating, and thought provoking presentation about educations systems, how they developed, what they became, and how the approach to education needs to change. To make those changes we need educators and society in general, to think differently about education. Thinking differently means considering the system beyond the traditional construct of what constitutes education, both what education is and how it is accomplished. What worked in the past isn’t working now, so instead of trying to fix a broken system, maybe a new system of education needs to be developed. Otherwise, we may be propping up the outdated model of the industrial age. The industrial education model worked well for the needs of those times; however, now we need to shift the model to work well for the changing needs of today and the future.

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