Changing Paradigms by Ken Robinson

This animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award.
Where do we start the change?

The Challenge

At present we know that our brain is plastic, it continuously remodels itself, sometimes within a remarkably short period of time (these biological changes are the result of outside experience); certain intellectual functions are restricted to one cerebral hemisphere; emotion is a primary catalyst in the learning process; memory is not stored in a single location in the brain or static or unitary; there are multiple intelligences, different learning styles and emotional intelligence.
It is obvious that we cannot continue using the same methods as those of our ancestors´ believing that all our students learn the same way.
The great challenge is to create new resources which accelerate the acquisition of the language making the most of each student´s abilities and strengths.