My professor Charles Rathbone had us watch that video recently.  It was
great, but he did point out something that really resonated with me.

"Sir Ken Robinson has some great ideas but he did not have to figure out
how to implement them."

I think this points out something very important and related to this
thread.  The thread asks what would you do with unlimited funding.   I
think the more important question is "how" would you progress if funding
was not an option.

Saddly I think the more important question that will be coming sooner than
later is how do you teach kids without any funding?  But many of us have
been playing that game for a few years now anyways.

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On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 9:49 AM, Steve Cavrak <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> This morning, I had a chance to virtually attend TEDxTokyoTeach which ran
> tonight. Like most TED events, TxTT had a big picture approach - one of
> which featured an RSAnimation "Changing Education Paradigms" by video ofSir
> Ken Robinson ? a fun watch with your cup of coffee (or glass of scotch) ?
> and it seems to fit nicely with some of the ideas that have popped up in
> this thread ...
> via YouTube
>        RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms
> via SchoolTube
>        RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms
> RSA-Animate-Changing-**Education-Paradigms<>
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>        His? british accent made me believe this even more.....