I’ve published several posts on the recent TED Talks On Education extravaganza on PBS, and others have done the same.
I thought it would be useful for readers here for me to put them all together, and to continue to add to them.
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Here are my choices for The Best Of “TED Talks On Education”:
TED just posted Sir Ken Robinson’s talk. I’ve embedded it below, and you can read the transcript here:
Bill Gates’ TED Talk: Are Video Cameras the Missing Link? is by Anthony Cody.
Bill Gates’s $5 billion plan to videotape America’s teachers is by Valerie Strauss at The Washington Post. She highlights a piece I wrote for her column that I still think is the best thing I’ve ever written, Videotaping teachers the right way (not the Gates way).
Bill Gates’s Ridiculous TED Talk, Part III: Shanghai Surprise is from Jersey Jazzman.
Feel free to share your thoughts on the videos, and links to pieces you’ve written, in the comments.