Archive for month: January, 2016

Are you a creative and passionate educator? Apply to be a TED-Ed Innovative Educator

TED-Ed seeks creative and passionate educators from all over the world to join our next cohort of TED-Ed Innovative Educators. Apply here before January 29! Are you an educator seeking a passionate community of learners and innovators? Are you dedicated [...]

Be a part of the creative movement for girls’ education

Education is a fundamental right for all children. Yet for more than 60 million girls around the world, that right is denied due to war, poverty and early marriage. To improve this equation, young people everywhere are joining Nobel Peace [...]

The future is going to get weird. Can education keep up?

The space archaeologist is talking about future careers with a couple of high school students near the animation workshop. A few strides away, teenagers swarm around the glowing purple light of a food computer. Other teens try on virtual reality headsets or eye [...]

Animation basics: What is pixilation?

There’s a word for the stop-motion animation of humans: pixilation, a technique made famous by Norman McLaren. The TED-Ed Animation team loves making pixilation, but we rarely have the opportunity. Below, learn how we did it at this year’s TEDYouth conference — and watch the [...]

TEDYouth 2015: Quotes + notes

Fast-forward 20, 50, or even 100 years into the future — what will our lives be like? Will flying cars and 3D-printed dinners be the norm, or will they remain mostly science fiction? Students and speakers explored these questions — and [...]

These 4 TED-Ed Club members will give talks at TEDYouth

TEDYouth is the annual youth conference hosted by TED-Ed — a free, inspiring, day-long event that’s designed to spark and amplify student ideas. At TEDYouth 2015, students will explore ideas, create animations, and watch live talks by an amazing lineup of scientists, [...]