Featured TED-Ed Clubs videos: Superheroes, Alzheimer’s, debunking stereotypes, tennis & K-Pop


Arjun Mehrotra from United World College of South East Asia’s TED-Ed Club

One of the main goals of TED-Ed Clubs has always been to provide a platform for student ideas. In this weekly column, we do just that by highlighting nominated videos from schools participating in TED-Ed Clubs around the world.

Arjun Mehortra: Why do we need superheroes?
United World College of South East Asia’s TED-Ed Club – Singapore

Ava Trahan: Health & Alzheimer’s
Acres Green Elementary’s TED-Ed Club – Colorado, USA

Brandon Allen: Debunking the black male stereotype
John Glenn High School’s TED-Ed Club – Michigan, USA

Emma Wood: The science of tennis
Hilliard Weaver Middle School’s TED-Ed Club – Ohio, USA

Miranda Wiedeman: K-Pop
Fridley High School’s TED-Ed Club – Minnesota, USA

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If you’re a TED-Ed Club Facilitator and you want to see your students featured in this column, be sure to nominate your students when you upload their videos to the TED-Ed Clubs YouTube channel!