In the first video Sugata Mitra takes the view that schools as we know them now, they're obsolete. The education system is wonderfully constructed, but we don't need it anymore. It's a foregone conclusion that it's outdated. I honestly think if it could be that we don't need to go to school at all. If we don't know something we will be able to find it out in two minutes. He put his thinking cap on these questions and decided to make SOLE (self-organized learning environment). It's his firm conviction that encouragement seems to be a key, but punishment and examinations are seen as threats. His wish is to design the future of learning, which will help children all over the world to get an education and learn as much as possible.
Ken Robinson has a bit the same opinion as Sugata Mitra, because he says that the whole point of education is to get people to learn. But the trouble is, that all going in the wrong direction. That's why a lot of studentsdrop out of school and the reason is that they don't have a thirst for knowledge, they are not encouraged. Many of them think that it's too boring to attend a school. He wants we to grasp the importance of learning. Ken Robinson compare it with the Death Valley, which isn't dead, but dormant. There's room for improvement, but we should bear in mind that only with right conditions and the organic system it's possible to improve with practice the future of learning.
It's a widespread belief that children don't have enough motivation to study. They don't see the importance to catch up with their lessons and cover a lot of ground, because of the lack of creativity in our today's schools. Every child has a natural talent, so we need to give them a chance to demonstrate their abilities. Moreover, there are a lot of unnecessary tedious tasks which make children feel tired and boring. As a result – truancy. Also, it seems to me that a good education should consist of teaching and learning, not only testing, so I suggest that it will be better to have a continuous assessment. And of course, the aim of education is using our knowledge in practice. So it goes without saying that having more practice is the best way for learning.