TED Student Talks Program
How It Works
Students work together to discuss and celebrate creative ideas. Use TED-Ed's flexible curriculum as a guide and help inspire tomorrow's TED speakers and leaders. There are 4 ways to create TED-Ed Student Talks:
- In a Club: as a group of students in an after-school setting, led by student or adult.
- In a classroom: as a group of students in a class, led by a teacher.
- As part of another youth/ed program: as a plug-in to an existing program--for individual or groups of students who are part of programs run by our collaborative partners.
- As individual students developing/sharing an idea on their own or with a partner.
Check out the TED ED website for more details on how you can incorporate TED-ED into your class or school club.