Independently Organized TEDxYouth Events

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Speakers: Collin Felch, Teacher, Ambassador School of Global Leadership; Tom Hyatt, Advisor, Aveson Global Leadership Academy …

Speakers: Collin Felch, Teacher, Ambassador School of Global Leadership; Tom Hyatt, Advisor, Aveson Global Leadership Academy
Location: Salon H

TED is a global phenomenon. Their mission is to offer “inspiration form the world’s most inspired thinkers” [to] “a community of curious souls who will engage with ideas to change attitudes, lives, and ultimately the world.” During this session, you will learn how to organize a TEDxYouth event. The theme for the session will be global outcomes in action: past, present, and a visionary future. Student speakers, student project work, and student-designed technology will be on display.

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  • 1. TED: WHAT. HOW. WHY. Tom Hyatt, Aveson Global Leadership Academy tomhyatt@aveson.org Collin Felch - Ambassador School of Global Eduction collinfelch@yahoo.com
  • 2. WHAT IS TED?TED is an annual event where some of theworlds leading thinkers and doers are invited toshare what they are most passionate about."TED" stands for Technology, Entertainment,Design ― Attendees have called it "the ultimatebrain spa" and "a four-day journey into thefuture."
  • 3. WHAT IS TEDX?Local, self-organized events that bring peopletogether to share a TED-like experience.At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and livespeakers combine to spark deep discussion andconnection in a small group.These local, self-organized events are brandedTEDx, where x = independently organized TEDevent.(Subject to certain rules and regulations.)
  • 4. • How to... TED Your event must maintain the spirit of TED itself: cross-disciplinary, focused on the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and ultimately, the world 18 minute maximum ‘talk’ typically by a single person. 25% TED TALKS // 50% youth // 100% awesome Speakers are encouraged to use visual aides. Up to 100 individuals may attend your event You may not use your event to make money You must record all original stage content (live talks, performances, etc.) on video A COMPLETE LIST OF RULES http://www.ted.com/pages/view/id/493#general-rules
  • 5. TED Commandments These 10 tips are given to all TED Conference speakers as they prepare their TEDTalks. They will help your TEDx speakers craft talks that will have a profound impact on your audience.1. Dream big. Strive to create the best talk you have ever given. Reveal something never seen before. Do something the audience will remember forever. Share an idea that could change the world.2. Show us the real you. Share your passions, your dreams ... and also your fears. Be vulnerable. Speak of failure as well as success.3. Make the complex plain. Dont try to dazzle intellectually. Dont speak in abstractions. Explain! Give examples. Tell stories. Be specific.4. Connect with peoples emotions. Make us laugh! Make us cry!5. Dont flaunt your ego. Dont boast. Its the surest way to switch everyone off.6. No selling from the stage! Unless we have specifically asked you to, do not talk about your company or organization. And dont even think about pitching your products or services or asking for funding from stage.7. Feel free to comment on other speakers talks, to praise or to criticize. Controversy energizes! Enthusiastic endorsement is powerful!8. Dont read your talk. Notes are fine. But if the choice is between reading or rambling, then read!9. End your talk on time. Doing otherwise is to steal time from the people that follow you. We wont allow it.10.Rehearse your talk in front of a trusted friend ... for timing, for clarity, for impact.
  • 6. How? Our experiences with TEDxwww.tedxyouth@7thstreet
  • 7. Brandon Wiley Director of the ISSN Opening “TALK’ for TEDXyouth@7thstreetcheck out our website at www.tedxyouth7thstreet for a complete list of speakers and ted talks presented.
  • 8. WHY TED? Investigate the world Investigate the world with TED-Ed a YouTube Channel with produced and animated videos. “Resources that teachers can use to excite, inspire, and bring to life lessons that are already being taught” YOU CAN FLIP ANY LESSON! LEARN TO FLIP! “INSPIRATIONAL OPENING, supplemental in nature, NOT A COMPREHENSIVE UNDERSTANDING”
  • 9. WHY TED? Weigh Perspectives WEIGH PERSPECTIVES with the TOP TEN TED TALKS 1. Sir Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity (2006): 8,660,010 viewsJill Bolte Taylor‘s stroke of insight (2008): 8,087,935Pranav Mistry on the thrilling potential of SixthSense (2009): 6,747,410Pattie Maes and Pranav Mistry demo SixthSense (2009): 6,731,153David Gallo‘s underwater astonishments (2007): 6,411,705Tony Robbins asks Why we do what we do (2006): 4,909,505Hans Rosling shows the best stats you’ve ever seen (2006): 3,954,776Arthur Benjamin does mathemagic (2005): 3,664,705Jeff Han demos his breakthrough multi-touchscreen (2006): 3,592,795Johnny Lee shows Wii Remote hacks for educators (2008): 3,225,864
  • 10. WHY TED? COMMUNICATE IDEAS COMMUNICATE IDEAS .......with every TED TALK ever recorded https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=pjGlYH-8AK8ffDa6o2bYlXg
  • 11. Why TED? Take Action TAKE ACTION with the The TED Prize!!!-- http://www.tedprize.org/Awarded annually to an exceptional individual whoreceives $100,000 and, much more important, "One Wish to Change the World."Designed to leverage the TED communitys exceptionalarray of talent and resources, the Prize leads tocollaborative initiatives with far-reaching impact.
  • 12. Create your own TED Create a TED in a BOX at Your TableName your event! Create a Tagline.Create a LOGO. Choose a VENUE.Choose a Theme. Write a Mission Statement.EACH INDIVIDUAL - Come up with YOUR TEDTALK. What is your IDEA WORTH SPREADING?Give us the “Title” of your “talk” and perhaps thefirst word, sentence or paragraph.
  • 13. Our ResourcesHow To: Tedxsummit intro video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOyq3IskI34TEDxsummit intro video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0-zCwSfkOoDerek Sivers - How to Start a Movement - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V74AxCqOTvgTED TALKS (the COMPLETE LIST!) https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=pjGlYH-8AK8ffDa6o2bYlXgBrandon Wiley - The World of the ISSN TED.COM - All of the sites below can be found there, and sooooooo much more (The Official TEDX video site) http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDxTalks Ted Education - www.teded.com The TED Prize www.tedprize.orgwww.tedxyouth7thstreet - for a complete list of speakers and ted talks presented at our event.
  • 14. Contact USn Tom Hyatt tomhyatt@aveson.org 626-848-7891 Aveson Charter Schoolsn Collin Felch collinfelch@yahoo.com 650-888-2030 Ambassador School of Global Education