How to be a better public speaker: advice from TED-Ed Club Members, for TED-Ed Club Members

Ideas from students TED Ed Clubs

Imagine that you’re a student with a question about public speaking. Where will you go for advice? For many students, the answer is…YouTube. That’s why for her TED-Ed Innovation Project, mobile learning coach Jennifer L. Scheffer created a YouTube video playlist that provides public speaking advice from TED-Ed Club Members, for TED-Ed Club Members.

Below are her notes on the project:

Working with students is the most rewarding part of my job. Seeing students thrive in leadership positions, such as when giving advice from a student-run IT help desk, is amazing.

For this video advice series, I chose to film TED-Ed Club Member Timmy Sullivan, a two-time TEDxYouth@BHS speaker. In the videos, he provides students with advice on how to best prepare the beginning, middle, and end of their TED-like talks, and shares his firsthand experience and success as a nationally known speaker and blogger.

Watch the student video advice series here.

Student feedback: “As a veteran TED-Ed Club Member and TEDxYouth@BHS speaker, I feel privileged to be a part of this project,” says Timmy Sullivan. “Being a part of TED-Ed Clubs has been life changing for me, and I hope I will play a small role in impacting the lives of my fellow TED-Ed Club Members throughout the world.”

Get involved with TED-Ed Clubs here.

This article is part of the TED-Ed Innovation Project series, which highlights 25+ TED-Ed Innovation Projects designed by educators, for educators, with the support and guidance of the TED-Ed Innovative Educator program. You are welcome to share, duplicate and modify projects under this Creative Commons license to meet the needs of students and teachers.

via TED-Ed Blog http://blog.ed.ted.com/2016/08/29/how-to-be-a-better-public-speaker-advice-from-ted-ed-club-members-for-ted-ed-club-members/

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