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Sir Ken Robinson: Companies, kids "get" innovation, but K-12 doesn't nurture it

Waukesha, Wis. - Sir Ken Robinson has many stories to tell, but perhaps nothing is more illustrative of his point about creativity than the story of a little girl drawing in the back of a classroom.

Robinson, a senior advisor to the J. Paul Getty Trust in Los Angeles......

Full article >>> England, is a former professor of education at Warwick University in England, and the former director of The Arts in Schools Project, a UK initiative to improve teaching of the arts. He also served as an advisor for Sir Paul McCartney's Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts, and in talking to the former
Full article >>> hich is an interesting example, not just because they are in animation, which you may think of as being in an evidently creative field, but because they have a particular culture that encourages creative thinking through a number of devices," Robinson said. "One is called the Pixar University."

In fact, there are a number of examples, and they are not confined to one industry or sector, h......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 10/13/06


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