TED-Ed Clubs give students the opportunity to research, write and present a TED-style talk about an idea they just can’t get out of their head. Over the course of a flexible 13-meeting program, students narrow in on an idea and learn how to communicate it in the most effective way possible. For some students, inspiration for their talk will come from the classroom — for some, their idea will be pulled from their everyday experiences. All are thoroughly fascinating.
Below, see how nine TED-Ed Club members outlined their idea, in the guidebooks provided for club facilitators by TED-Ed.