Sir Ken Robinson.
Changing Eduction Paradigms. 

Education in the 21st Century is not fast enough. With the quick pace of developing technologies it is difficult to teach children the skills needed for an unknown future economy. The idea that doing well at school will lead to successful employment has become more a nostalgic notion. While a degree may be a requirement in some professionals, it certainly doesn’t guarantee employment.
Research has shown that with increased testing students lose interest. Tests are boring. Professional Adult Development does not have to boring. Everyone learns more when they are focused and engaged.

RSA Review Series by Gary Crossey.

  • REVIEW: Network Thinking
  • REVIEW: Secret Powers of Time
  • REVIEW: Infrastructure, Culture, and Process
  • REVIEW: Changing Education Paradigms
  • REVIEW: What Motivates
  • REVIEW: 21st Century Enlightenment