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The Best of TED Talks for Teachers to Watch in This Summer

Today while I was working on a list of the best TED Talks that teachers can watch in this summer, I realized that the list is going to be very long and still would not include all the videos i want you to watch. One solution to this is to share playlists of  TED talks created by renowned educators and thinkers like Ken Robinson, Malcolm London...etc.

Whether you are lounging lavishly by the beach or camping with friends and family snatch you a couple of minutes each day and watch one of these wonderful talks.

1- Ken Robinson: 10 talks on education
This is Ken's list of his favourite TED talks that cover creative methods of learning and powerful spoken word. Watch his favorite talks

2- Ramsey Musallam: 6 talks that blew me away
Chemistry teacher Ramsey Musallam knows that great educational media can be nothing short of explosive. Strap on your goggles and watch his top picks.

3-Pearl Arredondo: 8 talks to spark success
Pearl Arredondo worked her way up from humble East L.A. beginnings, and as a high school teacher she now inspires other kids to do the same. Here are the talks that she thinks capture that spirit of drive and determination. Watch her list

4-Malcolm London: 4 talks that speak out
As important as they are eloquent, these four talks are poet Malcolm London’s idea of how to truly cause a stir. Watch is list

5-Geoffrey Canada: 7 talks on social change
Educator and activist Geoffrey Canada chose a powerful list of favorites — talks that address the cycles of poverty and gender violence, and offer bold suggestions for change. Watch his list

6- Bill Gates: My 13 favorite talks
When we asked Bill Gates to curate a list of his favorite talks, his first response was, “There are too many to pick, really.” Here, he's whittled it down to 13 essentials. Watch his list

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