TED-Ed @ HardScrabble

Volunteers and coworkers have joined forces to start TED-Ed @ HardScrabble.  Meetings will be held regularly beginning in Fall 2018.

Our TED-Ed Club will brainstorm, record, and broadcast talks by student members and seeks to unite with international TED-Ed Clubs.


TED-Ed Takeoff

Attend our TED-Ed takeoff party on Friday, May 18, 2018 from 4:30-6:30pm

Get info, signup, and eat FREE pizza!!

Your ideas are worth sharing.

FaceBook Event page.

What is TED?

TED believes passionately that ideas have the power to change attitudes, lives, and ultimately, the world. This underlying philosophy is the driving force behind all of TED’s endeavors, including the TED Conferences, TEDx, TED Books, the TED Fellows Program, and the TED Open Translation Project. With this philosophy in mind, and with the intention of supporting teachers and sparking the curiosity of learners around the world, TED-Ed was launched in 2012.

What is TED-Ed?

TED-Ed is TED’s youth and education initiative. TED-Ed’s mission is to spark and celebrate the ideas of teachers and students around the world. Everything we do supports learning — from producing a growing library of original animated videos , to providing an international platform for teachers to create their own interactive lessons, to helping curious students around the globe bring TED to their schools and gain presentation literacy skills, to celebrating innovative leadership within TED-Ed’s global network of over 250,000 teachers. TED-Ed has grown from an idea worth spreading into an award-winning education platform that serves millions of teachers and students around the world every week.

What are TED-Ed Originals?

TED-Ed Originals are our signature content: short, award-winning animated videos about ideas that spark the curiosity of learners everywhere. Every TED-Ed Original represents a creative collaboration between experts. Such experts may include TED Speakers and TED Fellows, as well as educators, designers, animators, screenwriters, directors, science writers, historians, journalists and editors. These original animated videos, paired with questions and resources, make up what we refer to as TED-Ed Lessons.

TED-Ed Lessons Worth Sharing

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