How to Change Education - Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson addresses the fundamental economic, cultural, social and personal purposes of education. He argues that education should be personalised to every student's talent, passion, and learning styles, and that creativity should be embedded in the culture of every single school.

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Автор Teach the Teacher ( назад)
Such a good video, i'll share with everyone i think it will help.

Автор Janet Riggio ( назад)
I teach art in an elementary school. Yes! I see what Sir Ken Robinson is
saying. I have see this characteristic of students throughout the 28 years
I have taught. I have the children for six years in a row. I am always
surprised, in a way, how their creativity and desire to be unique
minimizes. I do what I can to re fuel, motivate and encourage.

Автор Joe Lonsdale ( назад)
Interesting but smug.

Автор Steve McCrea The Posterman ( назад)
Start at minute 14: Focus on the relationship between the teacher and
student. Everything else should not get in the way of that relationship.
Children are learning organisms. They are born with a voracious appetite
for learning. We have to focus on the process of teaching and learning. Now
teaching is delivering the national curriculum. Actually, teaching is an
art form. It's not enough to know your stuff. You need to be excited and
you need to fuel the creativity of students, to know the point of entry.
You get it by a the flipped classroom. Stop lecturing people. "Turn to your
neighbor" at Harvard. You get students in groups to learn from each other.
Finally Harvard has learned what every good primary school teacher does:
people teach themselves under the right conditions.
If you are a teacher, you hold the tools of power in your hands. You can
change this system yourself. You don't have to wait for anybody to do it.

A school is not a component. It is a living entity that develops its own
culture. If you are a teacher, you are the education system. If you begin
to change your practice and you concentrate on the microclimate, you affect
the whole. You change from the ground up.

you are the system

Автор Elizabeth Anne ( назад)
I'm 15. I'm going back to school in a week. & nothing stresses me out more
than going back to suppressing everything I still wanna do w/ my life. But
summer is over so my time is gone. Each time I complain about the
controlling nature of the system my parents just say I "should try harder"
"do extra this and that." Dragging me further from my point. Bc nobody
wants to hear a "kid" complain. I've seen straight through our education
system since I was 12 or 13 years old. Mainly bc I had different intentions
w/ my life that had nothing to do w/ the systematic training I was getting.
Honestly in the end I just want to wake up the older generation that
claimed education helped them. To save our growing generation + the one to
come. I have no doubt education used to help. but times have changed, as
everyone complains about. & im glad at least this man followed all the way
through. Seriously, so much respect. <3

Автор Albert Bastarache ( назад)

Автор Zinger ( назад)
Blah, blah, blah...answer the friggin' question on education already!!!

Автор René Henriksen ( назад)
When it comes to education, people are people not machines or entities.

Автор Bogdan Manea ( назад)
please help me with as little as you can , fund raiser with an interesting
twist , please check it out:

Автор Lilsamofro ( назад)
"you cant improve health standards by villifying doctors", well according
to Mr Hunt you can...

Автор Cydney Robinson ( назад)
I love this man's talks

Автор Ninjacorn666 ( назад)
kebeb is not greek it's turkish

Автор Lost Marbles ( назад)
Economic: "We expect education to facilitate growth and stimulate our
economy, yet we are still operating under systems designed to support the
Industrial Revolution."
Cultural: "You need a broad curriculum, not just STEM, to be able to meet
our cultural goals for education: tolerance, understanding, and a sense of
Social: You don't restore confidence in political processes simply by
talking about them; you have to mirror democratic values within education.
He added, "If you design a system of education on a very narrow conception
of creativity and capability, don't be surprised if not many people benefit
from or participate in it."
Personal: For Robinson, this is the linchpin on which the economic,
cultural, and social purposes of education rely. He argues that schools
need a richer conception of ability so that all students can connect with
their natural aptitudes and be in their element.

Автор kikimarie07 ( назад)
I came across this video as part of a discussion board assignment in my
sociology class. Apart from the AWESOME animation (i've always wanted to
illustrate/animate/draw like that), i love the way that Sir Ken Robinson
explained our incorrect way of educating. I'll definitely be watching more

Автор Luke ( назад)
I feel like I'm watching posh Michael Caine for some reason.

Автор James Epp ( назад)
actually....the internet kinda was a government plan.......

Автор Richard Coram ( назад)

Автор Hans-Christian Bauer (771 год назад)
I think that Mr. Robinson shares a common point of ignorance when it comes
to the subject as to why people don't really go and vote anymore (8:13).
It's not so much because they take democracy for granted. For most people
that I know (including myself) it comes down to not knowing who and what to
vote, because I don't feel my interests and needs sufficiently represented
by any candidate or party that I get to choose from. Being able to raise my
hand once every couple of years, and - from that point on - having no
control or say over what happens with my vote, is not my idea of a
democratic system.

Автор Nerlene Sampson ( назад)
The ideas addressed by Ken Robinson are inspiring and to my mind helpful to
teachers who are concerned about their students success in the classroom.

Автор Bubelmanen ( назад)
I wonder if I'm the only 16 year old here watching?

Автор J brogly.decap ( назад)
what a bunch of new age bullshit

Автор SCA Tutoring Center ( назад)
Hey guys! We would appreciate if you can take some time out and answer this
question: What do you think is the biggest challenge facing public schools

Автор Zoltán Mészáros ( назад)
The subtitles are full of mistakes.

Автор galacticious ( назад)
Encouraging the masses to vote is fighting nature. Most people aren't
interested and that's OK. Voting is as vocational as work itself. Don't
pressurise people who aren't interested in politics to get actively
involved in it. Leave political decision making to people who are
politically driven. Just like we leave every other area of specialised
human activity to experts.

Автор Zoie3x8 ( назад)
'Getting back to the basics' requires taking a serious look at the root
origins, and the reasons, methods, protocols, and purposes of public
education - this involves looking at where the founders of public education
got their inspiration; the prussian model of education.

as long as we dress up, disguise, re-accessorize, rename and relabel, and
fail to realize the core nature of the prussian education system, we will
continue to produce crops of idiots who struggle to read, are incapable of
doing even basic math beyond simple to moderate addition and subtraction,
and are so in love with government, that they will indeed quite readily
commit suicide at even the faintest, most vague hints of such actions
appeasing the local government authorities to no measurable end.....

....and worse, we will also likewise continue to have not even the faintest
hint of a clue, as to why everything about our society is unraveling at the
speed of light, and going to hell in a shot glass (or medicine bottle, if
thats your fetish).

The solution, is what has worked for 200 years before the invention of the
prussian factory-model style of education.

the classical method ; Trivium, Quadrivium, apprenticeships and
internships, and higher university subjects.

Автор Richard Coram ( назад)
Thirty years I have heard all about the reasons U.S. schools are failing
our children, and still not a day closer to solving the problem. The
problem is that the "experts" just don't get it. Understand this; all
branches of the United States military get it. UNIFORM. All you experts
sitting at the roundtable, suits, ties are in uniform. Look at the
countries who excell in producing intellectuals in math, science, and
engineering, and you'll see their students are in UNIFORM! Uniforms end it

Автор Gary Brown ( назад)
I agree with everything this man says, but what other oppertunities do we
have unless we follow the system currently in place, poor people have no

Автор nim parn ( назад)
60 percent of families don't understand what you are talking about. In
laymans terms they don't understand the big words

Автор Zamfir Channel ( назад)
woman want the right to vote, not necessary to cast a vote, which is their
right to exercise or not.

Автор Haitham Al-Sheeshany ( назад)
"...excite people about what you know - the great gift of a teacher" -
thank you. 

Автор My Hood ( назад)
In a short term period it is not possible to revolutionize the system dramatically, therefore, what we can actually do is to change the standardized assessment from evaluating the amount of knowledge one memorized and the accuracy one answers the questions into how well one applies the learned knowledge and relevant interpretation one can make. Taking exam should be a process of releasing one’s creativity towards what one loves doing, presenting one’s exciting ideas about what one is passionate of. The unusual and interesting one’s interpretation should be prioritized instead of how close one’s interpretation is to the standardized answers, This could not only develop one’s ability of thinking out of the box, but also reduce the unnecessary pressure made by intensive exams. Through this method, one could have the ability to chase whatever they want in a spontaneous way. This is rather important because student’s learning purpose has been changed from studying for the joy of life into preparing for the exams. Eventually exam is just a tool for teachers to know one’s academic performance. Instead, exam should be a tool that designed to help one get closer to the goal through allowing one to present own ideas and question teacher’s idea. We know what we want to do in the future, we just lack the how to get there.

Автор rh001YT ( назад)
A whole lot of kids coming out of school do eventually cook up all the cool
new stuff, but how can they be expected to do that right out of the gate?
And idea is one thing, but making it a product or viable service is a
whole 'nuther thing. As the saying goes, 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration.
Oh sure, Mark Zuckerberg came up with Facebook while still in school, but
what an outrageous squandering of fossil fuels that is. Might as well be
internet porn. This is typical Sir Ken nonsense - he cooks up a false
premise and then runs with it. If there is any lack of creativity, and I
don't think there is, it is due to lack of emphasis on the basics, because
it is from knowledge of the basics that all good, viable new ideas arise.
As for adaptability, there is a lot of adaptability, and the Kodak example
was a cheap one. Often, the adaptation is brought about by senior members
of a corporation as they are in the best position to see trends and to make
the plans, often really huge plans, to adapt. Take Samsung, for
example...jumped into cellphones. Microsoft jumped into the cloud - such
jumps can be thought of by anyone, but only those already working in the
industry, knowing what is and isn't possible, know all the tech details and
have the connections to make such dreamy changes. A student fresh out of
college, even with straight A's, will not know enough of the details of,
say, getting a whole lot of software in the cloud and getting customers to
buy into it. And it is not such an earth-shattering event that a company
goes out of business - like a large tree that eventually dies, it's carcass
becomes food for all the new trees, as well as insects, fungus, grasses,
etc. People, beware of Sir Ken types - they are mad, and don't really
understand basics, foundations, the tedious details of processes, etc.
Most children are not voracious learners, and the speech example was
dishonest. That children pick up language quickly is thought by the experts
to be an ingrained ability, much like walking. Learning to speak
rudimentally is not difficult for children. Learning algebra and geometry
is, and that's where we see that children are not voracious learners,
although they do like learning about different candies and ice creams.

Автор rh001YT ( назад)
Let me bring this discussion back down to earth - I shall ground it. In
the modern world, which is most of the world today, human life depends on
petroleum, natural gas and coal for life itself. Even the food is grown and
trucked to the cities with petro-fertilizers and gas/diesel. It is only the
productive humans who, by turning fuel into useful products, keep it all
going. Yes, of course the dockworkers are needed, they are part of
production. Creative types who contribute to production are also needed,
though less so, as we don't really have to have good looking autos and
kitchenware - a plain design will suffice. The reason we have a huge
entertainment sector - no lack of creativity there - is that fossil fuels
provide so much gain that not all people are needed, and the gain is so
great that surplus money is in most pockets to pay for entertainment. So
the schools must focus on turning out as many productive people as possible
for the survival of the population. The non-production oriented "creative
types" have to compete for the surplus entertainment pocket money. If
schools put more focus on the creative types, at the expense of productive
types, there would be less pocket money to sustain the entertainers and
decorators. If you do not do well in school because you're the creative
type, at least be thankful the schools are focused on productive types, as
then there is pocket money for which you can compete. And please note, it
is rather inconsistent to claim that school kills creativity, when science
and engineering are extremely creative, and when we have a glut of
entertainment and decoration. Quite apparently school is not killing

Автор Raul Gubert ( назад)
really interesting, I will do my part...:-)

Автор Daniel Cwele (624 года назад)
17:55 - 18:40

Автор Marc Jiménez ( назад)

Автор mamajo1964 ( назад)
I am on board...I am a teacher and I totally believe that children learn
when they are excited to and about their learning. I really want to know
and learn how to make this happen more for my children.

Автор dick hughes ( назад)
The first thing that needs to be done to change education, is to take it
out of the hands of teachers. At the classroom level, teachers are an
essential. After that they are an obstruction. The mind set of most
teachers is a close parallel to that of a secretary. They both read well
and have a proven ability to communicate in writing. But imagine a Company
run entirely by secretaries. Every one starts out as a secretary and moves
up to marketing, sales, accounting, research and finally the Presidents
chair and The Directors of the Board. What a disaster that would be; but
that's education!! I am a thinking skills trainer. We have been raising
IQ's and improving academic standings for four decades. Have you heard of
us yet? Of course not, because teachers hate us.The average IQ of a teacher
is about 109. They dread the idea of a body of children moving up the grade
ladder and adding 5 or 6 IQ points each year. Nobody wants to teach a
classroom full of kids with an average IQ's 30 points above theirs. Fidalgo
Elementary in Anacortes, Washington gained only 18.6 points of IQ between
1988 and 1994 but the moment the teachers could shut that program down it
was gone. The Principal, Chris Borgen became Superintendent of schools in
Anacortes but there was no more brain training there.

Автор zill ellah ( назад)
love his videos ..... i would say his videos on ted,s are on top and even
better than many other bullshitter speakers who just talk about porns and
stuff like that 

Автор Felix Koschar ( назад)
Highly recomendet talk on what desperately needs to finally change about
our education systems!

Автор Tom Mole ( назад)
Excellent. The problem is that the people who are in a position to make
changes - the politicians - aren't listening. It's much easier to stick to
the old paradigms.

Автор Tomas Pukalski ( назад)
“It takes a village to educate a child" joint effort of governors,
teachers, parents, local business community and business people

Автор xavier siby ( назад)
Here I am studuing for my 12th grade board exams and I find that the
purpose of me studying is completely contradictory to my purpose of doing
so... so sad.. :'(

Автор James D. Brown ( назад)
create--adapt--teaching is an art form--engage your students-good stuff!

Автор Julian Bolt ( назад)
Guernsey needs him too!

Автор DoubleFantasyBermuda ( назад)
Bermuda would love to see Sir Ken speak on our island!

Автор lspmd2 ( назад)
if u wish 2 find out a bit more about your children (or anyone) may I
suggest getting a natal chart done. I opened up to astrology 23 yrs ago &
it's been very helpful in understanding myself, my family & my
grandchildren. I got a 30-40 page report 4 about $30 at astroenergetics
dotcom There may be other good sites 2 get reports but I was very happy
w/what I received. Just a thought. Respect, Mamma D "^_^"

Автор Kosta Naumov ( назад)
Do we really need schools?

Автор Emmanuel A. Awedam ( назад)
Very Insightful.

Автор haoss5ice ( назад)
If I ever become a professor it will be because of this man!

Автор robin vincent ( назад)
It is not what you learn but the way that you learn it. You can't base a
system on exam paranoia, the bigger the threat the less you learn.
See Dr Georgi Lozanov and Suggestology for the answer, anywhere on the

Автор centurion180ad ( назад)
It is true that university actively destroys young peoples’ ability to be
creative, but more horribly university passively destroys creativity by
SCREENING OUT people that already possess imagination and creativity.

Автор centurion180ad ( назад)
Charlotte Iserbyt reveals that modern statist education was never about
industrialization or economics; it was about maintaining imperialist
control by destroying childrens’ and young adults’ minds.

Автор Aaron Santos ( назад)
Love it!

Автор spiritcrusher00 ( назад)
And Samsung ja ja ja

Автор spiritcrusher00 ( назад)
Sponsored by BMW ja ja ja

Автор spiritcrusher00 ( назад)

Автор Elivasfq ( назад)
Sorry Ken but the internet was invented by the government.

Автор Mos Deffo ( назад)
I feel that you're kind of misquoting him, although you do raise a good
point. He says it's revolutionary for a school district to supply (free of
charge) an amazing new piece of technology to every single student. I agree
with him. 

Автор Sonia Bannon ( назад)
The revolution has begun. And I agree you cannot have education without a
teacher or a learner. How do these changes begin? With the teacher? But the
teacher needs support and guidance, and perhaps professional developments
should shift to a more personal/human experience. Students are individuals
and so are teachers. There needs to be more thought put into the
professional development and support for teachers. 

Автор Liam Seadman ( назад)
As much as I agree with Ken, sometimes kids just want to be left alone...
let's let the introverts be introverted if they wish to be

Автор Lisa Cooley ( назад)
They're busy preparing their kids for tests and to comply with standards
and their principals are standing over them making sure they do. This is
not on teachers; this is on every one of us who, by doing nothing, have
allowed this test-driven system to dominate. 

Автор davidakadb ( назад)
its just an excuse to spend money 

Автор davidakadb ( назад)
its just an excuse to spend money 

Автор Daniel Arévalo ( назад)
I think it´s a matter of priorities.

Автор Kitti McConnell ( назад)
It's a matter of know-how.

Автор Daniel Arévalo ( назад)
I think its unfortunate though that teachers although while they find this
inspiring, they usually don´t make these thoughts and conclusions a
priority in their daily work.

Автор Rik Konings ( назад)
Sir Ken Robinson encourages me to stand up for a revolution in the dutch
education system that allready in the mid eighties was falling down and
since that time hold up by a non-visionairie government. No I am brought to
court because I rescue my 17-year old daughter from the system. To prevent
more harm in comming years and give her freedom to find her own way of
development. I feel supported by the words of Ken Robinson and hope more
people Iwill stand up for children and future generations. 

Автор probablechoices ( назад)
"You know nothing of my work. You mean my whole fallacy is wrong. How you
ever got to teach a course in anything is totally amazing." Finnegan
Beginagain ;)

Автор SIMKINETICS ( назад)
Apparently, you don't know about Marshall McLuhan's famous philosophical
mantra for modern times; 'The medium is the message'. Although McLuhan
wrote this nearly 50 years ago, it's proven to have been prophetic because
many now realize it's relevance in assessing modern satellite-assisted
electronic media, potentially including new modes of teaching & learning. 

Автор MrPetur4o ( назад)
I think that the point was not about the tool in and of itself; it was
about the application of the tool for learning purposes (i.e. an
enhancement of the teacher-learner relationship).

Автор rith5 ( назад)
Well yeah, but no one is suggesting ipads are the fix, they definitely fit
in. Children will be using the newest technology available, as they should
be. iPads have a place in the fix, they aren't the whole thing.

Автор Mohammad Mohammadipour ( назад)
I should appreciate if you could say..Persian Kabab...smile..

Автор Collaborative for Teaching & Learning ( назад)
Love what Sir Ken says at the 14:24 mark, it's all about the teaching and
learning and everything else is secondary!

Автор Mark Horton ( назад)
Because it is to education what the jet engine is to long distance
transport. You now have practical access to to most of the worlds knowledge
and many of it's greatest thinkers and teachers on demand. This will seem a
bizarre and nonsense question to those who were educated before home
computers and the internet.

Автор tarun ramesh ( назад)
People need to learn to intergrate technology into their life positively.
There are plenty of apps that can enhance and help you manage your day. You
just have to be creative about how to use it. An iPad can certainly being
about a positive change if used correctly. The same with facebook, I use
facebook as my news feed by liking useful and interesting pages and
blocking status whores. Thats called using facebook to your advantage

Автор tarun ramesh ( назад)
Its funny back when I was in school 5-6 years ago, I would say this all the
time to my mum. Sadly she always took it as I hate learning.

Автор PTUGA2 ( назад)
(Inspired on a comment i saw here) I hate school, but I love to learn!
Specially, I love to learn by myself while I pursue my goals.

Автор Jan Camus ( назад)
Schools are not synonymous to education. Education is as old as mankind
itself. Schools were instaured by politicians and warlords who asked the
religious orders to form individual youngsters into a standardized obedient
group so to make good soldiers. As business took over the military style,
including the hierarchy, the strategies, the terminology and so on, they
obviously don't want schoolsystems to change as it would interfere with
their need of controlling the battlefield, the market.

Автор hellothere11 ( назад)
Wonderful talk -a clear problem and solution through rational thinking!

Автор J.R. Haworth ( назад)
But the marketing taglines of universities that they are creating global
citizens is painfully comical also... so Sir Robinson is very (partially)

Автор J.R. Haworth ( назад)
All great points, but the underlying assumption that we are successfully
teaching students to be analytical and competent in the STEM fields is

Автор yvan mcgregor ( назад)
Very important new link

Автор iwanfishz9 ( назад)
The 1hour long video discussing this topic is private. Fuck...

Автор Brook Brayman ( назад)
Go back to the 9:45 mark; he encourages creativity and originality; if you
truly have those, you'll be your own boss and your own master.

Автор cyberdreck ( назад)
so everyone is supposed to be a wage slave ? I remember about 30 years ago
when everyone had decent pay. we had lower health care premiums. go ahead
and complain about their benefits instead of demanding better. some of my
teachers were so great others a waster of time.

Автор Marvin D Hernández ( назад)
"MANY teachers don't know their subject matter." ~~> References please (2nd
request). "In my ... experience, an education degree often provides
impediments to learning" ~~> What experience could you possibly have?
Seriously ... you have no idea what's involved in an education degree or
what really goes on in or outside a classroom in terms of what things do or
don't affect education. 

Автор CougarFanboy ( назад)
"..teaching is much more than simply knowing your subject matter" Your
statement is true with the acknowledgement that knowing the subject matter
IS a prerequisite. In my observations and experience, an education degree
often provides impediments to learning with counterproductive "solutions"
like giving away free iPads, sensitivity classes, "new math", etc. These
'solutions' are emblematic of an education monopoly disconnected from
reality. Btw, MANY teachers don't know their subject matter.

Автор Marvin D Hernández ( назад)
... If that were true, bad lecturers would be a rare thing at the
university level. Being a good teacher means knowing how to transfer your
knowledge to students. That's what an education major studies in an
education program and what the typical person with 'real world knowledge'
lacks. Given a choice between hiring a person with a degree in (as an
example) maths education versus an engineer, I'll take the person with a
degree in education.

Автор Marvin D Hernández ( назад)
Reread what you wrote : "An education degree does not make one better
qualified to impart knowledge as compared to individuals with real word
experience and knowledge in a particular subject". I completely disagree.
Having a degree in education is not a guarantee of being competent. That's
true in ANY field that has licensing or certification But what you fail to
understand is that teaching is much more than simply knowing your subject
matter. ...

Автор CougarFanboy ( назад)
Well said. As the parent of a 12 and 14 yr old, I can assure you that the
iPad, with all the games and apps is almost always a NET DISTRACTION from
homework and learning. Teachers cheer this "revolution" because it mirrors
the mindless "innovations" promoted by teachers' unions. Anything to
deflect attention from the failures of public education. Can't fire bad
teachers? Solution is to buy iPads!

Автор CougarFanboy ( назад)
During the Wisconsin teacher riots, it came out that including lavish
pension benefits and other perks, that the "average" Milwaukee teacher (36
yrs old?) was making the equivalent of $100k/yr, more than architects,
engineers and other professionals. Some experienced engineers or
programmers who wish to teach may be 'burned out'.. so what? They can bring
experience and knowledge to teach that other teachers can't match. Without
an education degree, the benefits and pay are 2nd tier

Автор CougarFanboy ( назад)
Your "point" that real world education does not in and of itself make one a
good teacher is a dishonest strawman on your part, as neither I nor anyone
else claimed otherwise. What are indisputable facts are that a) having an
education degree does necessarily make one a good teacher b) many without
education degrees would make better teachers than those who hold education
degrees. c) affirmative action in hiring educators is a reality which
lowers standards d) there exists many bad teachers

Автор alejandra peña ( назад)
I´d like mexican teacher listened to you but theirs beliefs are others
ones, and just that is the most difficult to change.

Автор Batman ( назад)
Education is based on people. Economy is based on people. Very important.

Автор FlashToso ( назад)
Do educators understand that education is learning? Schools and teachers
should support that function!! Would anyone prefer that store employees
make purchase choices for customers or let customers do it themselves?
Educators have too much power!! DeptEd can't influence local decisions to
even make beneficial suggestions. We are so far behind other countries
because 'local control' vision rarely expands beyond local communities.
"Local Control" resists outside influence as "interference".

Автор FlashToso ( назад)
Bill Gates did not get rich by limiting benefits of his expertise to a
classroom of customers. Neither do athletes, actors or engineers in
industry!!! When teachers allow students the opportunities to learn while
focusing on learning instead of teaching, we will improve. Educators must
focus on workforce needs, We would do well to focus on communication skills
that enable people to engage in stress free discussions. We might find
fewer disputes and more political discussions instead of debates.

Автор Marvin D Hernández ( назад)
Present certification requirements do not close the door to engineers,
chemists, programmers, etc. that want to teach. But truth be told, most
only do so because they are either burned out or unemployed. The private
sector pays way more money. It's one of (the many) reasons why 50% of new
teachers leave education after about 5 years.

Автор Marvin D Hernández ( назад)
"Even if teachers were qualified in a subject matter, and in many cases
they are NOT," ... ~~> You know this how? "exceptions made ... minority
teachers who scored lower" ~~> You're kidding, right? My original point
still stands, which is that real world experience does not in of itself
make one a good teacher. 

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