Essay about Representing Ideas Worth Spreading
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Coincidently, people start becoming afraid of being wrong as they move through their lives. Schools drill into students’ minds that they need to be right, and eventually, they become too scared of the possible reactions when they are wrong (Robinson). This limits their potential because they are too afraid to go out and discover their talents in the case they will fail. This discussion gave the people listening a better understanding as to why they are being limited. They openly accepted Robinson’s words because they hit home for nearly all of them ("Speakers”).
For instance, people agreed with Robinson’s statement that mathematics and language arts being labeled superior. He stated that all subjects should instead be labeled equally throughout the school system (Shepherd). Unfortunately, Robinson could not please everyone. A big discussion was brought up about Robinson saying Mathematics was not creative. Many people believed that all subjects should be treated equally, but none should be labelled as more creative than others. For example, Mathematics was labeled as not being creative, but the people commented saying that the ways of discovering mathematical formulas and relation to the world required creative thinking. In general, people agreed that all subjects can be useful if they take a creative