Saturday, February 23, 2019

Academic Lecture Summary and Critique

Academic Lecture Summary and Critique In his speech communication that he gave on February 2006 in Oxford Sir Ken Robinson states that our school systems should non undermine creativity and it effect in our leads. In fact he believes that it should be as important as all core win of education such as math and languages. Robinson believes that our children are being amend out of their creativity after having mentioned a few examples of how children are not scared of taking chances or being wrong, but when those children reach maturity they have lost this amazing capability.Due to the fact that they are taught to think and live in a way suited to the corporate world that thinks of mistakes as taboo. It is important to keep in mind that Robinson did not undermine the immenseness of other subject he simply questioned if they are sufficient to dig up a good place in this unpredictable future. Robinson emphasized on the importance of cognition in its three aspects diversity dynami c clean-cut he believes that our educational system should revolve on the development of childrens intelligence to its full potential.In my opinion, I think that sir ken Robinson shed some illumine on a very important issue in our international society. Even though his lecture didnt have that academic patch to it, I sure enjoyed how passionately he spoke about the topic. In his own way Robinson, involved the audience in the conversation by posing rhetorical questions and by quoting daily life scenarios.What made his lecture more effective is that he quoted and mentioned people who had a outsized regularise on this world due to their creativity likes of Picasso and Shakespeare. What I enjoyed most in his lecture is the unconventional method he used to highlight his principal(prenominal) points in the audiences minds through humor. My only remark was that he did not cut into any solution. In the end sir ken Robinson finished with a big question that made the audience think he actually challenged the audience to think of a better world.

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