A Conversation with Sir Ken Robinson: What is Your Hope for the Future of Creativity?

After exploring the meaning of creativity and the role it plays in education, we come to the final and perhaps most important question: What’s next? The future depends on cultivating the creativity of students. How do we shape and develop their thinking so they can go into the world and capitalize on the opportunities available to them? Watch this video to find out more.

I hope you enjoyed exploring the different aspects of creativity in education with us. I leave you with this quote from Sir Ken Robinson: “The best applications in the world won’t produce startling results. They need creative minds, adventurous spirits and developed imaginations to do that.”

What is your hope for the future of creativity? Please continue to join our conversation on Twitter using the #createnow hashtag and don’t forget to tag us at @adobeedu!

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    January 02, 2013

    Paul G writes:

    I was interested in this article because we need to use the technology in education so that every student understands at the same rate. When I was studying my schooling some 10 years back I just used to do the imagination when the topic comes: how a cell is like. A 3D image or an animation with effects will reach you brain more faster than a mere black and white art from an unscrupulous source.

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