TED-Ed’s Student Talks Program is a free, school-friendly framework that supports students in exploring, developing, and presenting their big ideas in the form of short TED-style Talks.
All grade-school students (K-12 or international equivalent) are eligible to participate in TED-Ed Student Talks. TED-Ed Student Talks can be developed:
1. In a group, called a TED-Ed Club
2. In a classroom as part of a curriculum
3. In another youth/ed program as a plug-in to an existing program
3. As an individual student
Educators, school administrators, and even students over the age of 13 may submit an application to participate. (Students must have an onsite Advisor to help supervise.)
TED-Ed Student Talks are completely free, both for teachers and students!
Check out our webpage to learn more and access the application! If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.