TED Talks are a major source of inspiration for educators who need a morale boost, a discussion starter, or a new perspective. The year 2014 brought some of the best TED Talks for educators. Their messages are invaluable for educators …
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These short, powerful talks are considered one of today’s most popular places to expand one’s learning on the Web, and fortunately for us, the majority of their topics are focused on education and technology – two of our favorite things! …
The following three TED talks aren’t specifically school, student, or educator focused. But when you watch them, they can really get you thinking about how you’re conducting your classroom and how you’re addressing challenge, choice, effort, and leadership.
These are the best TED Talks for any educator because they make us laugh, warm our hearts, break down barriers, and always inspire us to dig a little deeper and push a little harder, challenging your educator perspective.
TED-Ed, the newest of TED’s initiatives is committed to creating lessons worth sharing. It has an extensive library of lessons where carefully curated educational videos are available. The platform allows users to easily create customized lessons around educational videos.
TED recently introduced a new initiative called TED-Ed Clubs. TED-Ed Clubs provide a framework for getting students together on a regular basis to talk about their big ideas.
To keep you inspired and learning, TED asked each speaker to compile a list of their favorite TED talks, which are linked below.
Many of us have enjoyed watching TED talks, the online videos of scientists, artists, inventors and others talking about their work. But do we actually learn anything from them?
Lessons Worth Sharing” blaze new trail for professors and students.
TED talks about education are not really anything new. But this special put together a diverse group of teachers and education advocates delivering short, high-impact talks on the theme of teaching and learning.
Quite simply, they’re useful and free ways to bring high-level thinking and through-provoking ideas into the classroom and your home. What could be better than that?