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TED-Ed

TED-Ed — TED's education initiative
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Chris Smith (Shamblesguru)

on 9 October 2014

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http://www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/ted-ed
TED-Ed original content
TED-Ed website
TED-Ed Clubs
TED-Ed’s commitment to creating lessons worth sharing is an extension of TED’s mission of spreading great ideas.
TED-Ed is committed to amplifying the voices of teachers by sharing TED-Ed Lessons — videos that introduce new topics to learners in an exciting, curiosity-inspiring way.
The TED-Ed platform allows users to take any TED Talk, TED-Ed Lesson or educational video and easily create customized questions and discussions around the video.
TED-Ed Clubs is a new TED-Ed program and aims to stimulate and celebrate the great ideas of students around the world.
http://ed.ted.com/clubs
Bring TED to your classroom with
TED-Ed Clubs!
TED-Ed Clubs aim to introduce a school-friendly framework that supports students in meeting regularly to discuss, pursue and present their big ideas in the form of short TED-style Talks.

We hope to celebrate exceptional student ideas by potentially featuring them at the annual TEDYouth conference or TEDxYouth events.
http://support.ed.ted.com/customer/portal/topics/523862-ted-ed-clubs/articles
What is a TED-Ed Club?
TED-Ed Clubs aim to introduce a school-friendly framework that supports students in meeting regularly to discuss, pursue and present their big ideas in the form of short TED-style Talks.

We hope to celebrate exceptional student ideas by potentially featuring them at the annual TEDYouth conference or TEDxYouth events.
What are the goals of a
TED-Ed Club?
To stimulate and celebrate creative ideas put forth by students from all over the world.
To work with a generation of problem solvers, critical thinkers and innovators to make the world a better place.
To connect groups of students and educators of all different backgrounds around the world.
To be a platform for student ideas.
To support students in developing presentation and public speaking skills, so that their ideas can be more easily seen, understood, shared and acted upon.
To make an idea--developed and presented by a student--a valuable reference point on a résumé, college application or in a job interview.
Who can participate in the TED-Ed Clubs program?
Students ages 8-18.

A maximum of fifty students should meet at a time with a minimum of one facilitator per club.
Who can apply to start a
TED-Ed Club?
Anyone over the age of 13 is able to submit an application to start the process.

However, adult facilitators (teachers, counselors, administrators, etc.) will need to complete the application process.
Can I hold an event where
my students give their final presentations?
TED-Ed Club presentations are meant to be delivered and filmed informally in front of fellow club members.
If you decide to have an audience present, the audience cannot exceed 50 people and should be comprised primarily of parents and other students.
We encourage any clubs interested in holding a larger-scale event to apply for a TEDx license.
Are club members required
to give their final
presentations in English?
At this time, we ask that all final TED-Ed Club presentations be delivered in English.

We hope to be able to incorporate multiple languages as the program continues and grows.
I'm interested in viewing the TED-Ed Club materials, but I'm not an approved TED-Ed Club Facilitator. Can I still see them?
TED-Ed Club resources and materials are reserved for approved TED-Ed Club Facilitators who have gone through the application process.

However, please feel free to email TEDEdClubs@ted.com with any questions you might have!
http://ed.ted.com/
http://bit.ly/TEDedclubs
click to play - should play even if offline
chris smith CV
shamblesguru
to find out more about me follow any of these hyperlinks
http://shambles.net/shamblesguruBIO
where did the name "Shambleguru" originate?
http://shambles.net/csmith/
On 5th March 2007 "Shamblesguru Voom" was the name given to the avatar I set up in "Second Life".
'Second Life' is a 3D virtual immersive world where I established "International Schools Island" designed to support online teaching and learning.

Shamblesguru is now apparently known more widely around the web that my real life name ... and I'm not sure if that is good or bad ... what do you think?
For more information about
goto
http://www.shambles.net/secondlife/
In 2002 I founded, built and now maintain the free website "Shambles.NET" to support teaching and learning communities worldwide.
In 2002 I established a consultancy "The Education Project Asia" in Hong Kong to support my work with schools, educators and learners across S.E.Asia
Youth is what?
Around the world, TEDx events are regularly held at schools and universities.
A common format for this is the TEDxYouth event format.
This event format provides a platform for students to share their ideas in a TED(x) style.

Remember, TEDx is not about public speaking, but about sharing ideas, normally based on an activity, skill or project the speaker is doing (how else could they passionately or authentically and inspirationally talk about their idea).
http://bit.ly/youtheventresources
So you’re hosting a TEDxYouth event…
Get excited! TEDxYouth events are fun, imaginative, and smart TEDx events designed for, and often organized by, young people. They bring ideas worth spreading to all ages.
http://bit.ly/youtheventresources
TEDxYouth@SanDiego 2013
TEDxYouth@SanDiego 2013 was organized by 45 high school students with the help of a dedicated group adult mentors.
TEDxYouth@
BrookhouseSchool
https://www.facebook.com/TEDxEvents
http://bit.ly/youthsocialmedia
TEDxYouth@ChiangMai
http://TEDxChiangmai.com/TEDxYouthChiangMai.php
http://instagram.com/tedxevents
https://twitter.com/TEDx
Social Media
http://ted.tumblr.com/
TED-Ed on YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDEducation
TEDxYouth@ChiangMai
When and Where?
TEDxYouth@ChiangMai
What will Happen?
TEDxYouth@ChiangMai
cost to attend
TEDxYouth@ChiangMai
Who is involved?
TEDxYouth@ChiangMai
what we need
this prezi presentation is under a creative commons licence but the student photographs are all copyright protected and may not be used outside of the presentation without permission
what does
offer for schools,
learners &
educators

TEDxYouthDay 2014
TEDxYouthDay will take place November 15-16, 2014, ...

... with communities across the globe hosting TEDxYouth events alongside TEDYouth — TED's day-long salon event for middle- and high-school students.
http://bit.ly/youtheventresources
TEDxYouthDay is a series of events all around the world that coincide with TEDYouth in November.

These events are designed to empower and inspire young people.
http://bit.ly/tedxyouthday
TEDxYouthDay on Twitter
#TEDxYouth
https://twitter.com/TEDxYouthDay
TEDxYouthDay
hashtag
TEDx in a Box
http://bit.ly/tedxinabox
The TEDx platform should be available to everyone, regardless of resources or economic status.

Through the work of passionate leaders and organizers, TEDx events in the developing world have brought global perspective and a sense of possibility to underserved communities.
http://bit.ly/tedxdevelopingworld
TEDx in the
developing world
The TEDx platform should be available to everyone, regardless of resources or economic status.

Through the work of passionate leaders and organizers, TEDx events in the developing world have brought global perspective and a sense of possibility to underserved communities.
There are opportunities for your school to sponsor a box
Miscel. Resources
The TEDx Speaker Guide:
An Illustrated Version
http://tedxmthood.com/illustrated-guide/
backup
TED-Ed Lessons
http://ed.ted.com/lessons
Build a lesson around any TED-Ed Original, TED Talk
or YouTube
The TEDx logos are copyright of TED
TEDxYouth@BrookhouseSchool is organized by a passionate team of students and teachers from Brookhouse School in Nairobi, Kenya.
Sunday 16th November 2014
Venue :
still a secret :-)
probably a half-day event
VERY Affordable
... to join the organising group ...
teachers, students, administrators, thinkers
me
you
us
mobile Apps
https://www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/ted-talks/ways-to-get-ted-talks
students to speak on ideas worth spreading

Inspiring TEDxYouth videos from earlier events

A break - with snacks and beverages


Some fun student activities and displays
A chance for idea exchange and meeting new people


Video taping of speakers, later uploaded to Youtube
possible live connection with New York or other city event
Students from schools and universities

teachers, counselors, coaches, administrators
volunteers
sponsors
videographer(s)
Public Relations folks
enthusiastic interesting audience
During the TEDxYouth event, we will announce a prize of 20,000 Baht for the first school in Chiang Mai that will set up, register & run a TED-ED club.
The event is supported by Creative Chiang Mai, the Chiang Mai University Science & Technology Park, Microsoft, and other organizations.
We are also discussing partnerships with AIESEC, the British Council, the AUA and others.
plus
We are also looking for financial sponsors
We need students, lecturers and teachers to join as volunteers and organizers. We are also still open for a few more applications by students to speak at the event.

For
volunteers and supporters
, tasks include specific activities such as
marketing, venue management, video recording, editing, stage design, graphic design for posters etc., student speaker coaching,
as well as more general tasks like
registration
,
helping
where a helping hand is needed, taking care of guests, setting things up, etc.
... a lot!
& all for free
Get TED-Ucated: Organize A TEDx Event
Free ebook
http://bit.ly/tedxebook
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