If I have any living heroes in this world, Sir Ken Robinson would be chief among them. A friend posted a link to the short video below. When I watched it, I realized that the editing had actually altered the impact of Sir Ken’s lecture to the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). It exaggerated his stance on medicaton and minimized many of his other points.
If you have a chance, please watch BOTH videos, not only to learn what one of the most eloquent living speakers on Education has to say, but also to see how even a sympathetic editor can impose their own biases upon the material they edit.
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