Sir Ken Robinson

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The great educator Sir Ken Robinson has left us but the legacy of his work on creativity and diverse intelligences will inspire educators around the globe for a long time.
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His book “The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything” is an eye-opening read. According to Robinson, being in your Element is not only about aptitude: it is about passion and loving what you do, it is about tapping into your most authentic self.
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His famous TED talk “Do Schools Kill Creativity?”, in which he makes a case for nurturing creativity, has had over 62 million views. There, he claimed that intelligence is diverse, dynamic and distinct.
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“We think about the world in all the ways that we experience it. We think visually, we think in sound, we think kinaesthetically. We think in abstract terms, we think in movement”.
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Thank you!
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Sir Ken Robinson nos ha dejado pero permanece con nosotros el legado de su trabajo sobre la creatividad y las inteligencias diversas.
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Su libro “El Elemento: Descubrir tu pasión lo cambia todo” es una lectura reveladora. Allí nos desvela que estar en tu Elemento no solo es una cuestión de aptitud: Se trata de pasión y amor por lo que haces, de conectar con tu ser más auténtico.
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Su famosa charla TED “Do Schools Kill Creativity?”, en la que defiende el fomento de la creatividad, ha tenido más de 62 millones de vistas. Allí nos explica que la inteligencia es diversa, dinámica y distinta.
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“Pensamos sobre el mundo en las maneras en que lo experimentamos. Pensamos visualmente, con sonido, kinaestéticamente. Pensamos en abstracto y en movimiento”
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¡Gracias!

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