TED-ED Brain Trust

16 Mar

Back on the 4th March, I posted about the imminent creation of the TED-ED Brain Trust who were inviting people to register their interest in the TED-ED project.

TED-ED have now just launched the brain trust as a forum for all interested parties (and over 10,000 people apparently are!) to contribute to the development of TED as an educational tool, and to contribute to a community “capable of revolutionising education”.

If you’re interested in contributing, or if you just want a few more ideas on using TED Talks with your classes, why not visit the site (click the logo below) and see more of what’s going on:

 

 

 

 

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