Changing Education Paradigms by Sir Ken Robinson

If you think about the amount of time that you spend wasted in meetings hijacked by the meeting moths of this world or on phone calls that you cant seem to escape from or that email that you have already replied to several times before with the same answer! Unfortunately precious moments of our life are wasted by trivial and irrelevant things.

The following 701 seconds is none of that! It’s a treat for our ears, eyes and minds! There is a bloody good reason that Ken Robinson is now Sir Ken Robinson as he is the pioneer in a body of work that truly matters. He challenges the Education Paradigms that currently exist and is on a crusade to bring change to a sector that badly needs it.

I’m an avid fan of his work and will join him on this crusade until the day I die as in my eyes there is nothing more important then the education of our children who are tomorrow’s leaders. So please spare the 701 seconds and remember what Jamie Oliver says and pass it on!

 

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3 Responses to “Changing Education Paradigms by Sir Ken Robinson”

  1. Karen Schmidt

    This is amazing! I’m also a big fan, loved “The element” and his 2 TED videos.

    Have forwarded it to a friend of mine who is senior in Catholic Education and wants to be the Australian Minister for Education one day!

    Reply
  2. Damon Klotz

    I am a big fan of his work Karen and most people who read my blog have picked up on that!

    I’m glad my content is relevant for you and your network and I appreciate you passing it on!

    Let’s hope that your friend can take this message (and my blog…) to the right people so we can facilitate real change in Australia!

    Reply

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