What is a TED-Ed Club??. TED-Ed Clubs is a ﬂexible, school-based program that supports students in discussing, pursuing and presenting their big ideas in the form of short TED-style talks. The goals of a TED-Ed Club.
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TED-Ed Clubs is a ﬂexible, school-based program that supports students in discussing, pursuing and presenting their big ideas in the form of short TED-style talks.
Students watching and vigorously discussing TED Talks and TED-Ed Lessons
The signature activity of a TED-Ed Club is students sharing, debating and discussing the ideas presented in TED Talks and TED-Ed Lessons.
Students developing and presenting their own ideas through TED-style talks
The TED-Ed Club meeting structure is designed to support students in taking influence from TED speakers, and ultimately developing and presenting big ideas based on their own passions.
Connect with TED-Ed Clubs around the world
TED-Ed Clubs represent thousands of student groups from around the world actively pursuing and presenting their ideas. When you start a TED-Ed Club you’ll be connected to groups around the world. If you see them engaging in an activity that excites you, you are encouraged to adopt it for your own TED-Ed Club.
What do meetings look like?
Students creating TED-Ed style animations
Another increasingly important skill set is the ability to illustrate one’s big ideas. Animation is a fantastic and fun medium for acquiring and exercising this artistic skill.
TED-Ed Club members and facilitators will receive materials that support them in developing a variety of animations skills including storyboarding, character design, stop motion animation and visualizing abstract ideas.
When will the meetings take place?
All students from year 5 to year 10 (2014-2015)
The meetings will take place on a weekday, starting next year, between 13:45 and 14:45 (the specific day will later be confirmed)
What is the next step?
Convince your parents of your participation and if they agree let them write an email to: email@example.com
Asunto: TED-Ed Club participation
In the email: Name and class.
We will then make sure you get the papers to be signed by them