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TED-Ed challenges you to see how many clubs you can start

By Laura McClure on July 11, 2017 in TED-Ed Clubs


How might we amplify student voices around the world? At a recent TED-Ed Weekend workshop, student attendees answered this question with a challenge: start as many TED-Ed Clubs as possible! And the TED-Ed Clubs Student Voice Challenge was born.

The goal of the TED-Ed Clubs Student Voice Challenge is to start as many new TED-Ed Clubs as possible in the next 3 months — because every student has an idea worth sharing. Know someone in another class, another part of your school, a different school, an after-school program, a club, or even an online community, who might be interested in giving a talk from the TED stage? Then you’re ready to take the challenge! Here’s how to participate:

1. Tell us you are participating in the TED-Ed Clubs Student Voice Challenge by filling out this form.
2. Recruit as many people as you can who will organize students to share their voices in TED-Ed Clubs.
3. Send this link to whoever you recruit to join an orientation call about TED-Ed Clubs.

The TED-Ed Clubs program supports students in discovering, exploring and presenting their big ideas in the form of short, TED-style talks. In TED-Ed Clubs, students work together to discuss and celebrate creative solutions to problems worth solving. Students also receive TED-Ed’s flexible public speaking curriculum to guide their club and to help inspire the next generation of leaders. To learn more about TED-Ed Clubs, go here:

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