One Simple Method to Learn Any Language | Scott Young & Vat Jaiswal | TEDxEastsidePrep

One Simple Method to Learn Any Language | Scott Young & Vat Jaiswal | TEDxEastsidePrep

Translator: Alina Siluyanova Reviewer: Denise RQ Scot Young: We want to start off with a question for you. By a show of hands, how many of you have put in time and effort into learning another language? Maybe you took a high school Spanish class, or maybe you took a lot of Rosetta Stone, but […]

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How I memorize piano music | Jocelyn Swigger | TEDxGettysburgCollege

How I memorize piano music | Jocelyn Swigger | TEDxGettysburgCollege

Translator: Alice Spangaro Reviewer: Queenie Lee Jocelyn Swigger: Let’s talk about how you translate something like that into something like this. (Music: Chopin “Étude Op. 25, No. 2, in F minor”) The two questions that I get asked most often after I play a concert are “How do you make your fingers move so fast?” […]

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Gays in the military | Vincent Cianni | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Gays in the military | Vincent Cianni | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Mile Živković Hello. My name is Vincent Cianni. I am a documentary photographer. I’m going to be speaking to you today about my project and book “Gays In The Military.” But first, I would like you to consider some of the photographs and voices of my subjects. (Voice 1) Admiral stated […]

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Privatizing Public Services | Prisons and Schools

We often hear politicians say that the government should be run like a business. It’s one of those intuitive sayings that many Americans nod along in agreement with. Part of that business model is the push towards privatization of government services in order to save money and improve quality – and we’ve seen a lot […]

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The Static Method of Education | Leopold Van Den Daele | TEDxCardinalNewmanHS

The Static Method of Education | Leopold Van Den Daele | TEDxCardinalNewmanHS

Translator: Sarah Lu Reviewer: Mirjana Čutura That’s the freshman in me. I’ve been through a total of seven different schools, each very different from the next: project-based, French immersion. And my experience at all of these has led to me realizing that the traditional method, or as it’s known, the formal method, is really not […]

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How the Blind See the World | Christine Ha | TEDxUCSD

How the Blind See the World | Christine Ha | TEDxUCSD

Translator: Iryna Abramidze Reviewer: Theresa Ranft My parents came here from Vietnam in 1975. They came in the aftermath of a war, which many Americans disapproved of at the time, so they tried hard not to rock the boat. They had me some years later, actually right here in Southern California, and they tried to […]

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WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

This video was made possible by Skillshare. Churchill was a man with many talents. He was an artist, a butterfly enthusiast, and he had an unpublished manuscript about aliens. Clearly he was a man with an insatiable thirst for knowledge. Maybe he could have loaded up his computer, and logged on to Skillshare. An online […]

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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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TEDxOverlake – Dr. Sara Goering – Philosophy for Kids: Sparking a Love of Learning

TEDxOverlake – Dr. Sara Goering – Philosophy for Kids: Sparking a Love of Learning

Translator: Carlos Arturo Morales Reviewer: Tatjana Jevdjic (Applause) Hello. When I tell people that I’m a philosopher, in casual conversation, I typically get a look. A look that I think is a bit of a mixture between awe and fear. As in, “Wow! really cool stuff, deep questions,” and also, “Oh my God, please don’t […]

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