Category: TED-Ed Clubs

TED-Ed Weekend: Students share their ideas at TED HQ

Are you a student with an idea worth spreading? TED-Ed Weekend is just like the annual TED conference, except for one thing: all of the speakers on stage are students. TED-Ed Weekend events are special gatherings that bring together participants from TED-Ed Clubs worldwide [...]

5 ways to create change as a student

Chances are, if you clicked on this article, you’re young and and you’re itching for a change. Maybe you noticed that your local homeless shelter is underfunded. Maybe your school isn’t accessible for differently abled individuals. Whatever it is, you [...]

How to give effective feedback on a talk

You probably know what receiving bad and unhelpful feedback feels like. It’s easy to recognize because it’s usually one of the following: Infuriating. You put a ton of work into something, expected to knock people off their feet, and instead [...]

TED-Ed Weekend: a student’s perspective

Sophie Hayssen is a student from New York City and an intern at Clover Letter. After attending TED-Ed Weekend, she wrote about the event. Read Sophie’s letter below: After years of watching TED videos, I have accumulated many favorite talks whose [...]

TED-Ed challenges you to see how many clubs you can start

How might we amplify student voices around the world? At a recent TED-Ed Weekend workshop, student attendees answered this question with a challenge: start as many TED-Ed Clubs as possible! And the TED-Ed Clubs Student Voice Challenge was born. The goal of [...]

TED-Ed Weekend = student voices, amplified!

TED-Ed Weekend is just like the official TED conference, except for one thing: it’s dedicated to student voice. At the June 2017 TED-Ed Weekend, thousands of people tuned in via the livestream and Facebook Live to watch students take the mic [...]

Advice from TED-Ed Club Leaders

When Divyang Khandelwal started the first TED-Ed Club at his school, he asked for some do’s and don’ts from the experts: other TED-Ed Club Leaders! Here are a few of their tips for success: Help students uncover their ideas. “Take [...]