If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.” R.I.P. Sir Ken Robinson. Sir Ken Robinson, my favorite author, and speakers on the topic of change in education died this week. I have written many articles about him during my years in education and I’m sharing some of them here.
It is with heavy hearts that we announce Sir Ken Robinson died peacefully yesterday, 21st August 2020, surrounded by family after a short battle with cancer.
We will be following up with a further update as we begin to follow Sir Ken’s wishes and honour his legacy. pic.twitter.com/IS3HsgeSXl
— Sir Ken Robinson (@SirKenRobinson) August 22, 202
I recently read this article in Edsurge and decided to include it here. “I’m semi involved in a project where one of his book is being translated to Norwegian. I truly hope many educators, school administrators and policy makers read this book. Too many articles complaining about students failing these days. Too many articles about how we are failing our students and how the academic level is too low. Not enough on what to do. Here is an example of what parents can do.
SIR KEN ROBINSON HAS A LOT TO SAY ABOUT U.S. SCHOOL REFORM (IT ISN’T GOOD