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View the following RSA Video where Sir Ken Robinson discusses the current state of education.
After viewing, discuss his ideas in the context of material from the Education chapter

http://comment.rsablogs.org.uk/2010/10/14/rsa-animate-changing-education-paradigms/

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As you briefly assess this video in context of the reading, he discusses the current state of education and criticizes how it reflects an antiquated model. It originated initially from needs of economic promotion ...

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Sir Ken Robinson's Current State of Education is briefly explicated after viewing the video. 100 words of personal notes are generated in this solution. 100 words of suggestions are given to react to the piece.

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