10 Insightful TED Talks for Teachers and Educators

If you are like us you probably spend a decent amount of time watching inspirational TED talks. Besides being a source of enlightenment and inspiration, TED talks are also great for enhancing your professional growth and expanding your learning network. TED covers  hundreds of topics related to a wide spectrum of disciplines from social to natural sciences. You can use the site’s internal search functionality to search for and find talks by topic, language and/or duration. You can also use the ‘Find a speaker’ feature to  search for talks delivered by specific speakers. Here in EdTech and mLearning we have a an entire section dedicated to curating and sharing some of the best TED talks for teachers and students. In today’s post we are sharing with you another collection of insightful TED talks that will definitely help you grow professionally and expand your intellectual horizons.

1- 4 reasons to learn a new language, by John McWhorter

2- Let’s teach for mastery — not test scores, by  Sal Khan

3-  How to raise successful kids — without over-parenting, by Julie Lythcott-Haims

4- Math is the hidden secret to understanding the world, by Roger Antonsen

5- This virtual lab will revolutionize science class, by Michael Bodekaer

6- How to fix a broken education system … without any more money, by Seema Bansal

7- Why open a school? To close a prison, by Nadia Lopez

8- Easy DIY projects for kid engineers, by Fawn Qiu

9- Help for kids the education system ignores, by Victor Rios

10- How to get better at the things you care about, by Eduardo Briceño

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