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Creative Spark Talk Analysis Dela Cruz, Christopher PHL/458 NOV 03, 2016 Alicia Langston
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Do Schools Kill Creativity Do schools kill creativity with Sir Ken Robinson was hosted in Monterey, California of February 2006. His position on the creative spark was education and creativity. I will be discussing some of the salient points made in the talk and its supporting details that caught my interest. Also, throughout this paper I will include how the talk’s content illuminates creativity, how it relates to the concepts of imagination and curiosity, and how the talk might apply to my personal experience and benefit the society as a whole. Mr. Robinson begins speaking about how kids are willing to take a chance and how they aren’t afraid of being wrong. By taking a chance regardless of the outcome brings out the creativity in human mind. Mr. Robinson would continue to say that the educational system now shows that mistakes are the worst things you can make. The results of this are we continue to grow out of our creative capacity or we are being educated out of creativity. Mr. Robinsons
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