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The Best Of “TED Talks On Education”

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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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The Best Teacher Resources For “TED Talks” (& Similar Presentations)

The “Best” TED Talks (Well, Really, The Ones I Use With My Classes)

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:

You Can Now Watch Entire PBS TED Talks On Education Online

Complete Unedited Versions Of Last Night’s TED Talks On Education (Including Bill Gates & His $5 Billion Boondoggle)

Video: Angela Lee Duckworth On “The key to success? Grit”

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).

TED Talks Education speakers make playlists for you is from TED.

Bill Gates’s Ridiculous TED Talk, Part III: Shanghai Surprise is from Jersey Jazzman.

What Bill Gates Didn’t Say About Videotaping Teachers In His TED Talk On Education

Feel free to share your thoughts on the videos, and links to pieces you’ve written, in the comments.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. I like your blog in general…I think education is in trouble world wide.

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