Sir Ken Robinson on education — feedback

Former Community College principal Bert Lewis writes:

There is a lot of merit in Dr. Robinson’s theory, applicable to P-12, colleges, and universities. However, there are examples of brilliance in the classrooms, labs, and shops, where students are excited by the experience, in spite of the system. Let’s give credit to those innovative teachers who make the learning fun and entertaining.

I thought Robinson’s talk was quite brilliant, but I had the same thought as Bert in response to some of his generalizations.