What is TED-Ed Student Talks?
You may have seen people talk on a variety of topics and experiences
on TED.com, or heard about one of the thousands of TEDx events that
happen around the world.
Well, guess what??
Now you have a chance to appear on TED talks too!
This TED-Ed course is aimed at anyone who has big ideas, is inspired to make profound change in the world, and not sure how to do it. We will walk you through finding your passion, thinking big ideas and sharing them in an engaging way that connects with an audience.
Don't you worry! Here we are with the recording of the classes. All you need is to download this course
In this TED talk, our student Zachlewis asks why we hold on to fear. In doing so, he differentiates fear and prudence, explaining how the mind generalizes fear. He also adds ideas on how to conquer the mind's generalizations of fear and harness it into motivation.
Neil's passion of reading, animals, and medicine inspired this talk. He was reading a book when a line said, “Most vaccines are produced and tested with animals.” So he began to wonder how animals play an important role in the development and research of human medicine.
98thPercentile is an award-winning platform which offers Math, English, Coding, and Public Speaking Acceleration Programs to the students of grades K-12 via Live, Online, Small Group classes.
We will be teaching the curriculum which has been shared by the TED-Ed team itself
|Phase||Step 1||Step 2||Step 3||Step 4|
|Discover||Create a Passion Badge||Turn Passions Into Ideas||Finalize the idea||Reflect|
|Develop||Build Your Throughline||Plan your Talk Arc||Research & Support your idea||Write Your Script|
Frequently Asked Questions
The TED-Ed Student Talks program supports groups of students developing TED-style talks in over 100 countries. On any given day, 50,000+ students are led by educators through the process of identifying, developing and sharing their ideas. Every day, educators are incorporating TED-Ed Student Talks into existing curricula, programs and extracurricular activities in innovative ways and educators report an increase in students' confidence skills and ability to develop their original ideas, as well as development of student’s speaking, perspective-taking, empathy, cultural and global awareness skills. Students are then invited, but not required, to share their Talk with the world by uploading it to the TED-Ed Student Talks YouTube Channel. To date, we have amplified thousands of student talks.
No, this course is free of cost.
Yes, you need to download your Idea Journal and take its print out for a better learning experience.
The Idea Journal will be your personal diary-cum-journal for brainstorming and penning down your thoughts throughout the journey of this course. This is shared by the TED-Ed team.
The permission form will enable us to share the student’s project (video) with the TED team. Without a dully-filled Permission form participants’ videos would not be accepted by the TED team. You will receive the Permission Form in your email inbox upon successful registration.
We won’t be able to submit your video to the TED team.
Yes, it is mandatory to fill out and submit the permission form.
Yes, we are going to strictly follow the curriculum shared by the Ted-Ed team.