Yet again, a great TED talk from Sir Ken Robinson, making an case for the value of creativity in our education system.

I know some of us had already hinted that school, and especially higher science education like engineering, squashes creativity by forcing us to think in theoremes, axiomes, rules and laws. I've been there, I've seen it. But not that clearly.

According to Sir Ken Robinson, creativity is as important as literacy, and we should treat it with the same respect. He make great points, has fantastic examples, and on top of that he is incredibly funny ! English humour at its best !

Man, I'm such a fan of TED... :)