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seyma .
Posted over 1 year ago
What book have you read that everyone should read and why?
ı would recommend A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, without a doubt. The story takes place during the French Revolution days and it shows a dark side of the revolution. Like, when the poor takes the chance, they may actually act too harsh and in order to take revenge, they may also harm innocent people without knowing it. As for that in the end of the book something (I'm won't give any spoilers) happened that I literally cried my eyes out. Seriously, when your reading the book, just pay extra attention to Sydney Carton... Because for sure, he will be one of your favorite book characters when you finish reading.
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seyma .
Posted over 1 year ago
Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?
I do believe that schools kill creativity, from a very young age. The education system is all about revising, repeating and learning other peoples toughts. Not creating or annotating them, just learning straightly. They also make us to work with stuff that are we're not interested in a bit. Like, think of a student that his only desire is to become an author, but is forced to learn about quantum physics and they tell him that if he doesn't get a high mark in the exams, he won't be able to sucess in his life. It's like telling him that if he doesn't get enough points from the test, he won't be able to write books and use his imagination. I think that's what kills the creativity. Making people do stuff that isn't even connected to their actual goal, and telling them that if they don't sucess, they'll fail their whole dreams and goals. When I was a child I had many dreams and hopes. I was actually thinking of which job I would ''choose''. Because I believed that I would be able to do all these jobs that I dreamed of. But now I'm stuck. Like, when I think of being an architecht, I'm like; ''Oh, but I'm not good in chemistry so I won't won that uni I want and I won't be able to become an architect.'' I think that education shouldn't be only one typed. Because there're not on typed people here. Everybody is different and special on their own way. No one can put everybody in one type of education and wait for them not to lose their creativity and specificity.