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TOK Presentation: To What Extent is TED a valid source of knowledge?

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Transcript of TOK Presentation: To What Extent is TED a valid source of knowledge?

TEDtalks are shared on TED.com daily, how does this impact our knowledge TED and TED.com Technology, Entertainment, Design
Mission: Spreading ideas
Two TED conferences
Long Beach/Palm Springs
Edinburgh, Scotland
Talks are 18 minutes or less
Selected by Chris Anderson, Curator and Director of TED To What Extent is TED a Reliable Source of Knowledge? Videos are selected and uploaded to TED.com
by a curator Subtitles in 40 Languages



Uses the TED map


Performs for the audience Tries to show the power of music to stimulate emotion Difference between attending a conference and on-line 1. Personal Experience 4. WOW Moment 5. Appeal for Action 3. Potential Application 2. Research Summary Enhances credibility

People are more likely to believe it Brian Greene Encourages the use of Reason... ....For the string theory... "20-30 year olds who mostly aren't intellectual" -
Chris Anderson, Curator of TED Human Sciences Natural Sciences Arts Ethics Math History Sense Perseption Reason Emotion Language A
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Youth (12) Can TED be used in Education? Trusting Chris Anderson and other curators What is a RELIABLE source of Knowledge? Complementary points-of-view No Fallacies Experts Sharing the Information Majority of talks are True Trustworthy collection of Knowledge Learner can: Acquire the knowledge, create new knowledge Complementary points-of-view http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/05/can-ted-talks-really-work-in-a-classroom/
http://gizmodo.com/5954586/ask-chris-anderson-the-man-behind-all-those-ted-talks-anything-you-want
http://www.ted.com/talks/brian_greene_why_is_our_universe_fine_tuned_for_life.html
http://www.ted.com/talks/beau_lotto_optical_illusions_show_how_we_see.html
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