Ken Robinson


Sir Ken Robinson was an educator whose 2006 TED Talk on encouraging creativity in students was viewed more times than any other TED Talk in history.

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My condolences to the family. Ecclesiastes 7:1

My deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Ken. So sorry for your loss.

My condolences.

I just found out about his passing, what a loss to humanity! I have never met him and I am not sure why I feel so connected to him and so saddened by his passing. I turned to him for educational insights, he has impressed me to start homeschooling! I will miss his advice, intelligence and wit. Thank you God for sharing him with us, may he Rest In Peace.

Thank you Ken. Your talks have changed the world.

Ken was awesome! He confirmed what I thought about the Education System. I was thrilled that he was able to talk about creativity and how schools did not develop creativity. I used his TED-Talk many times as in my University level courses. How fortunate we were to have him speak up about our educational system. He influenced so many of us (teachers), he may have never realized his impact. Rest in peace!

Sincerest sympathy to Sir Ken Robinson”s family. I was introduced to the arts by two teachers when I was in the third grade. I’ve live it ever since. That was more than fifty years ago. Like Sir Ken, I hope it returns to schools.

May the God of tender mercies comfort you at this difficult time for your loss.

Thank you for keeping me creative. Rest In Peace.