The Best Way to Honor Ken Robinson’s Legacy?

Is To Unleash the Creativity of Each of Our Students

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We have unfortunately lost Sir Ken Robinson to cancer. He was a legendary figure in the fields of education and creativity. He was the world’s best-known and most entertaining educator and his talk “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” was the most-watched TED talk of all times. I am sharing his TED Talk…




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Fahri Karakas

Fahri Karakas

Associate Professor in Business & Leadership at University of East Anglia. Passionate about doodling, imagination, and creativity. Author of Self-Making Studio.

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