RSA Animate – Changing Education Paradigms

static on jonathan armand is reforming public education virtue reasons for it the festivities economic people trying to
fit workout how do we educating our children to take their place in the economies
of the twenty first century how do we do that giving the records anticipate what they call me work like at
the end of next week as the recent turmoil how do we do that the second-lowest cultural every country on the on earth is trying to
figure out how do we educate our children so they have a sense
of cultural identity and so that we can pass on the cultural genes
of our communities while being part of the process of globalization
happy square that circle the problem is that trying to meet the future find doing what they did
in the past and on the way that eighteen eighteen millions of kids who don’t see any purpose in going to school when we went to school we would have their own story which is if
you work hard and did well we got a college degree he would have a job our kids don’t believe that on the right not to buy the like you’re better
having particularly the not it’s not a guarantee anymore a particular if the would to it modernize as much the things that you think
are important about yourself but some people say we have to raise families
if this is a great trip button really yes i think we should why would you like them international hiked haven’t come across an argument that
the safety of lauren but brazen and of course we should raise them the problem is that the current system education
was designed and conceived unstructured four different page it was conceived in the intellectual culture of the enlightenment and in the economic circumstances of the industrial
revolution before the myth of the nineteenth century
the windows systems of public education not really a mi vida did you get to my jesuits
you know if if you have the money but public education payed for from taxation compulsory to everybody in through the point
of delivery i was a revolutionary idea and many people objected to they said that it’s not possible for many street kids working class children
benefit from public education very capable of entering my to my we spend
time on this has also built into the whole series of uh… assumptions about social structuring
capacitive it was driven by an economic impact of all
the time but running right through it uh… was an intellectual model of the mind which was essentially enlightenment intelligence the real intelligence consists in the fast
because certain type of deductive reasoning on the monitor the classics originate what we come to think of as academic ability and this is deep in the gene pool a public education of the gritty two
types of people academic a non-factor demic small people in on smart people on the contents of that is that many brilliant
people think they’re not because they’ve been judged against this particular
view of the month so we have a good thing for this economic an intellectual this model house calls chaos in many people’s lines it’s been great for
some dripping people benefited wonderfully from it but most people instead accepted this this is the modern academic and its as misplaced
and its past fictitious this is the play golf eighty h p now this is a map of the instance of a dat in america all prescriptions for eighty eight shake don’t mistake me i don’t mean to say there was no such thing as attention deficit disorder i’m not qualified to say if there is such
a thing i know that the great majority of psychologists
and children pediatrician think there is such a thing they’d still amount of just up to date mostly do known for a fact is it’s not an epidemic these kids pumping medicated as routinely as we have a tonsils taken out and on the same whimsical basis and for the same reason medical bach children are living in the most intense
is stimulating period in the history of the path that being the siege of information and course their attention every platform computers from my iphone strand advertise golden’s from
hamas a television channels and what the margin that to getting distracted from what boring stuff at school for the most part essentially calculations totally but this is a dat has risen in parallel with
the growth of standardized testing these kids are being given birth to end and
pablo romana things often quite dangerous drugs to get them focused in calm them down but according to this attention deficits order increases as you travel east across the country people start losing interest in oklahoma golf the they can hardly think straight in arkansas
the and by the time to get to washing their loss
to completely them under a separate reasons for that i believe
right it’s a fictitious academic if you think it’s the arts i’m not going to the success of the arts i
think it’s also true science amounts for the moment i said i walked into the because they all
of the victims of this mentality currently the arts especially address the alcohol is static experience anesthetic expenses one in which all senses
off a rating of that peak when your present in the current moment when your resonating with the excitement of
this thing that your experiencing when you off fully alive and anesthetic is when you shop your senses
off and getting yourself to what’s happening and a lot of these drugs we’re getting off to implication bike and its attachments and i think we should begin the exact opposite
we shouldn’t be putting to sea we should be waking them up to what they have inside themselves but the more than we have a test it’s by believe we have that’s just a magician with his model the interests and extremism and in the image of it i could be further examples uh… schools are still pretty much organized
on factory lines at bringing down was sector facilities uh… specialized in two separate subjects uh… we still educate children by batches you know we put them through the system by
age group why do we do that no one so this assumption at the most important kids have in common
is how old they are you know it’s not the most important about
this a date of manufacture well i know kate so much better than other
kids in the same agent if disciplines or different times in the denny albeit in small groups involved in sports
and are still to be alone if you’re interested in model of nominee don’t
start whose production line mentality it’s a essentially bob conformity in increasing
its about that as you look at what the standardized testing in standardized curricula and it’s about standing ovation i believe on the exact opposite direction that’s what i mean about changing the paradigm there’s a great serbian recently although
divergent thinking polish producer divergent thinking isn’t the
same thing as creativity i could find pretty busy at the process of
having original ideas that have gone divergent thinking is interested in but its fate an essential capacity for creativity it’s the ability to see lots of possible answers took action lots of possibly interpreting the question distinction whatever devoted comical actually to think not just in linear for convention place uh… to see multiple ons is not one so i mean the test listening one khana khane
example of the people might be asked to say how many used to think all four paper clip positing questions was to my computer no fifteen people go to this might come with two hundred and they do that by saying well put the paper
clip between different told them at a film about like this would have to be a paper clip as
we know it can no now the test was ninety eight and two fifteen
hundred people it’s been a book called great fun to me on and on the critical of the test if you scored
above a certain level you’d be considered for the genius of divergent
thinking so my question to his what percentage of the people tested of the fifteen hundred scolded genius level for divergent thinking by nature one more thing about them these were kindergarten children what percentage of genius level i think that ninety percent now the thing about this wasn’t too long to
juvenile study so they’d be tested the same children five years later pages eight to ten what you think they retested this them again five years later ages thirteen to fifteen because they tend to come pistols and interesting story because you can imagine a going away you start off not being very good but you
get back as you get older but the shows two things one is we all have
this capacity and to it mostly deteriorates how often happens these kids as the grown-up a lot but one of the most important things until
i’m convinces the pineapple they’ve become educated they know the spent ten years of school being
told as one and so it’s at the back i don’t know fandom copy because that’s cheating monoxide schools that’s called collaboration criticism because teachers wanted this way it just because it happens that way it’s because it’s in the gene pool of education definitely definitely about few capacity back to get over this old conception of academic non-academic abstract theoretical the patient and see if we what it is um… uh… second after mechanized most great learning
happens in groups the collaboration is the stuff of growth that the at a nice people in separate them
in touch them separately form a kind of disjunction between them and
then after learning environment of factory it’s christian about the culture of our institutions the habits of institution and i have attached that they occupy

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