TEDx at Your School: Innovate and Integrate
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  • 1. X X =independently organized TED events
  • 2. TED began in 1984 as a gathering place for innovators and leaders in the fields of Technology, Entertainment and Design. 27 years later, TED has become a global platform devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading . TED is helping introduce some of the most fascinating thinkers and doers to a world stage. TED.com currently has a library of over 600 amazing talks of such high quality that the site has become the platinum standard for innovation in digital storytelling. What is TED?
  • 3. TEDx is a locally organized event that focuses on individuals and innovation in various cities. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx , where x =independently organized TED event. What is TEDx?
  • 4. Every week, in multiple cities, people are coming together to pursue ideas worth spreading. 230 TEDx Events have happened in 2009 25 Languages 80 Countries TEDx is part of a revolution in global education made possible by local organizers wanting to engage their communities. It ’s all about the passion for ideas…...
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  • 6. On November 20 — Universal Children ’s Day — TEDx organizers across the globe host events for (and by) young people. These TEDxYouthDay events vary widely in size, format and theme, but they share a common vision: inspiring curiosity, igniting new ideas, empowering young leaders. TEDxYouthDay
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    • Applied for a license – viewing party
    • Joined Google group
    • Promoted event – announcements, posters, stickers
    • Developed program of events
    • Created webpage and paper programs
    • Invited student photographer
    • Purchased food and supplies for activities
    Organizing TEDxYouth@ISA
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  • 18. “ the first-ever, global TEDx moment” Dream for the Future, Wish for the World project
  • 19. Jonathan Harris collects stories Shows how people in Bhutan responded when he asked them to make a wish Katherine Fulton: You are the future of philanthropy “ What community do you want to be part of creating? What is the story you most want [your grandchildren] to tell about you?” Our “TED Moment” at ISA
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