Collaborate or shut down thinking

In this clip, Sir Ken Robinson, advisor on education in the arts, asks questions about the way we go about educating children. Robinson maintains that our education system is based on an old model where there is only one right answer and divergent thinking is shut down. At the end of this extraordinarily illustrated eleven-minute clip, he maintains that humans do their best thinking collaboratively — in groups.

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