Sir Ken Robinson

4th November 2005 at 00:00
Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson gave a presentation combining the best blend of insight and humour to be found outside Channel 4's Bremner, Bird and Fortune when he visited the excellent SETT 2006 Learning Festival in Glasgow. And the good news for those who missed it is that you can catch it on a streaming video link on the SETT website. It should be compulsory.

It's also worth checking games guru Marc Prensky's talk on engagement which presented a radical question for teachers: if your students weren't required by law to be in your classroom, do you think they would still be there?

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