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Making Mavericks | Guillermo Aguilar | TEDxYouth@ASFM Ingrained is our society is the idea that one should wait to acquire knowledge from teachers, parents, figures of authority or personal experience. This talk on independent thinking shows us a different possibility. Guillermo Aguilar is a teacher that doesn’t believe in being a lifelong learner because that takes too long. He’d rather be […]

Why Less Schools and More Education? – ليه مدارس أقل و تعليم اكثر؟ | Nariman Moustafa | TEDxMinia The idea is to talk about the hidden curriculum of “schooling”, and share with audience why learning happens independently of schools and if we want more learning and more education for our children and youth, then we need less schools not more. Throughout the talk, I will walk through how schooling evolved throughout history, […]

iConsent | Amelia Hunter | TEDxYouth@PaduaCollege

A survivor of and advocate for rape and sexual assault, Amelia has taken the pain from some of her darkest times and used it to catalyse a conversation about the importance of practicing empathy and understanding consent. Amelia strikes the perfect balance between humour and wisdom as she speaks to the potential – much like […]

Guangzhou grants renters and homeowners equal access to education resources

The housing authority of south China’s Guangzhou city has released 16 new regulations to boost the region’s rental market, and one of them gives renters and homeowners equal rights for public primary and middle schools. Home renters in Guangzhou are now able to enroll their children in public schools nearby, as long as they hold […]

Embrace your musical talents | Isabel Elkus | TEDxYouth@MBJH

After many years performing in local talent shows, concerts, and recitals, Isabel started to consider not singing anymore. In her talk, she examines why that is: “As the years went on, I found it harder and harder to push myself to perform. I began to feel insecure about my talent, seemingly for no reason, but […]

The importance of women in STEM fields | Chloe Kinderman | TEDxYouth@MBJH

At a very early age, Chloe was introduced to the love of learning, but it wasn’t until more recently that she noticed the discrepancy in the number of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields. Listen as she describes the current situation and offers a solution to involve and support women in these fields. […]

Why we should reduce class size | Mark Waller | TEDxYouth@MBJH

Stressing out over a new school year juggling classes, friends, and extracurricular activities, Mark Waller was relieved to learn his rigorous math course had only 13 students enrolled. The attention and personalized learning he received in this small class got him to thinking about the benefits of reducing class size. Mark Waller is a ninth-grade […]

Education: effectiveness or efficiency? | Lourdes Rodriguez | TEDxYouth@MBJH

“Our current educational system was constructed with goals inspired by the enlightenment during the economic, industrial revolution to meet the desires of a successful factory education. But this system, which introduced standardization, is not suitable to train students for the large amount of opportunities that they are encouraged to pursue today.” -Lourdes Rodriguez Lourdes Rodriguez […]

How technology is blurring the line between our work and home lives. | Amanda Jones | TEDxYouth@MBJH

“Why do we do this? Why do we feel the need to escape the present interaction in search of some fleeting distraction? I believe it is because we are addicted to our phones.” Amanda Jones presents a talk designed to remind us what we are giving up by staring at our phones so much. Amanda […]

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