Sir Ken Robinson – Kids prosper best with a broad curriculum that celebrates their various talents
Sir Ken Robinson has spoken about the three principles on which “human life flourishes”, and highlighted ways in which the current education system fails all three.
What can be learned from Finland’s school system?
The Finnish school system is regularly found atop the PISA ratings each year, and has become the envy of educators around the world.
Ken Robinson – education system “killing” creativity
Renowned educator Sir Ken Robinson believes that a lack of creativity in the classroom is hindering students, both in their academic performance, and in their capacity to obtain success beyond formal education.
Examining the Osborn-Parnes model of Creative Problem Solving
Creative Problem Solving (CPS) is a method developed over 50 years ago, and yet can still be applied to classrooms today.
Standardized testing counterproductive to creativity, says educational expert
China’s educational system has resulted in a “test-obsessed culture”, according to one prominent academic, something that is hindering performance beyond school walls.
Finland’s zero dropout rate – what’s they key to success?
In some parts of the United States, 60% of students will drop out of high school. Could this be prevented?
British schools lacking in creativity, according to report
A report from the University of Warwick has shown that the arts and creativity are being “squeezed out” of British schools.