TED-Ed Clubs

Students are invited to record their big ideas in the form of TED-style talks, using the TED-ED club format.

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TED-ED Clubs "supports students in presenting their big ideas in the form of short TED-style talks." The clubs are an opportunity for students to imagine new ideas and practice their research and presentation skills. Clubs can be localized on a school-level and provide students with the opportunity to learn from previous TED speakers and practice on their own. Plus, there is the chance to spark further curiosity by connecting with other clubs internationally.

A full how-to guide can be found here:

http://teded.tedcdn.com/assets/clubs/TED-Ed-Club-Summary_Sep2014-2-3c180a4004f09a39b0c114a8cbc9d4b8.pdf

How does this idea help to spark student curiosity?

Students are able to research, create, and present on any idea they imagine. It's an opportunity to use multiple skills at once, and even have the chance for their presentation to make it to a much bigger audience.

What grade level is this idea most appropriate for?

  • High School (9-12)

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