The Academic Illusion
How did education get into the current mess it is in? That is the question that Ken Robinson addresses in Chapter 4 of Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative.
It all boils down to the academic illusion, which points to analytical, logical, and scholarly knowledge as being the highest and most important form. Ultimately, this causes schools to emphasize objective subjects, such as math and science, more than subjective subjects, such as language or art.
What does this mean for the future of education? And how can coaching help?
Visit the full article on the Coach Training EDU blog, here, to find out.