Why I Left an Evangelical Cult | Dawn Smith | TEDxNatick

Why I Left an Evangelical Cult | Dawn Smith | TEDxNatick

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Cristina Bufi-Pöcksteiner In the late ’60s, early ’70s, there was a movement that took place primarily in California, called the Jesus Movement, where ex-hippies grew up a little bit, had some kids and decided to channel all of that anti-establishment angst into religion. My father was one such ex-hippie and together […]

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Tales of a Teenage Filmmaker | Zachary Maxwell | TEDxSpokane

Tales of a Teenage Filmmaker | Zachary Maxwell | TEDxSpokane

Translator: CJ Maxwell Reviewer: Queenie Lee Hello, everybody. It’s great to be here on stage at TEDxSpokane. (Cheers) (Applause) That’s encouraging. I’m really nervous right now. But let me explain by telling you a little bit about myself and my story. I’ve always considered myself as having two different identities. The first and more natural […]

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How Art Can Change Society, with Sarah Lewis

How Art Can Change Society, with Sarah Lewis

One of the reasons that I love writing about the arts, you know, curating work is not even so much that you’re able to honor one person’s expression and pay tribute to that. But because of how much it can shift things in us, you know. Frederick Douglas during the Civil War surprised his audience […]

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Blue Span Road to Immortal AGAIN, DIVINE 6 Daily Dota 2

Blue Span Road to Immortal AGAIN, DIVINE 6 Daily Dota 2

buying time that the expected Al 50 and change change the lower percentage of the half its and 1/2 and arts: Ronan will come to boost and starches. For four and have this tale of folder of Folic to use them too busy day as today may be ahead of this partial a work. Walker […]

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How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson

Translator: Oriel Yu Reviewer: Queenie Lee By a show of hands. How many of you believe you could replicate this image of Brad Pitt with just a pencil and piece of paper? Well, I’m going to show you how to do this. And in so doing, I’m going to give you the skill necessary to […]

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The Art (& Science) of Great Teaching: Sam Chaltain at [email protected]

The Art (& Science) of Great Teaching: Sam Chaltain at TEDxYouth@BFS

Good morning. How’s everybody feeling? I’m really excited to be here. I’m honored to be among this particular group of speakers, and I’m particularly excited because I began my teaching career just a few blocks from here at a school in Brooklyn, 16 years ago. So it’s a fitting time to be talking about the […]

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The Art (& Science) of Great Teaching: Sam Chaltain at [email protected]

Good morning. How’s everybody feeling? I’m really excited to be here. I’m honored to be among this particular group of speakers, and I’m particularly excited because I began my teaching career just a few blocks from here at a school in Brooklyn, 16 years ago. So it’s a fitting time to be talking about the […]

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How To Skip the Small Talk and Connect With Anyone | Kalina Silverman | TEDxWestminsterCollege

How To Skip the Small Talk and Connect With Anyone | Kalina Silverman | TEDxWestminsterCollege

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Peter van de Ven To skip the small talk, I’m going to start off by asking you guys three questions. So the first question is: are any of you going through any sort of personal struggle right now? Yeah, okay. The second question is: do you feel that you have someone […]

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The Art (& Science) of Great Teaching: Sam Chaltain at [email protected]

Good morning. How’s everybody feeling? I’m really excited to be here. I’m honored to be among this particular group of speakers, and I’m particularly excited because I began my teaching career just a few blocks from here at a school in Brooklyn, 16 years ago. So it’s a fitting time to be talking about the […]

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What makes a good teacher great? | Azul Terronez | TEDxSantoDomingo

Translator: Kesmat El Deeb Reviewer: Riaki Poništ I’m obsessed with the question: “What makes a good teacher great?” I’ve collected 26,000 responses to this question, in eight different schools, from the poorest schools in Los Angeles, to suburban schools in Texas, to elite private schools abroad. And after 24 years of teaching students, I’m still […]

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