A Conversation with Sir Ken Robinson on the Competencies needed in the Modern World

"The world is crying out for new ideas... Our kids ought to recognise how deep their capacities for education are."
"The capacity for new thinking - or turning old ideas into new applications - has really never been more important."

How should we adapt to the modern world? International advisor on education Sir Ken Robinson shares his vision of what education should look like in the 21st century and the skills that are essential for it. He also describes the role of mentors in empowering young people and changing education systems.

This article was originally published on August 11, 2015
Related TopicsChildren & Youth, Education / Learning, Education reform, Youth in Charge

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