I Was Almost A School Shooter | Aaron Stark | TEDxBoulder

Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Leonardo Silva I was almost a school shooter. In 1996, Denver, Colorado, I was a student in North High. In a moment of pain and anger, I almost committed a terrible atrocity. Growing up I’d learned early on there was a strange comfort and calmness in darkness. I was always the […]

What does the Quran really say about a Muslim woman’s hijab? | Samina Ali | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Reviewer: Peter van de Ven I’m going to take you back in time, 1400 years, to the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia. To a time when Prophet Mouhammed was given the task of finding a solution to women in the city being attacked and molested. The situation was this: It was around the year 600 […]

Je suis plus que mon diplôme | Chloé Rivault | TEDxESSCA

Translator: Charlotte Handford Reviewer: Ellen Maloney How did you choose your profession? Your job? How did you get to where you are today? Really, how? Did you choose between risk and safety? Were you pushed by your parents? Are you scared of unemployment? What choice did you make? Because we all make choices. We start […]

Trust your struggle | Zain Asher | TEDxEuston

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Reiko Bovee Hello everyone. My name is Zain Asher, and I’m an anchor at CNN International. I’m super proud to say that I have my dream job. I wake up every day, and I’m so excited to go to work. But my life wasn’t always this way and I do want […]

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 […]

The Other Side of Ego | Jonathan Gravenor | TEDxOcala

Translator: Peter van de Ven Reviewer: Tanya Cushman I don’t care if you live or die, I really don’t. It’s a hell of a thing hearing it from someone you barely know, (Laughter) but imagine hearing that from someone you love. On February the 24th, 2012, I was diagnosed with late stage throat cancer. That […]

How to Change Careers when You’re Lost | Felicia Ricci | TEDxYale

Translator: Naoko Fujii Reviewer: Denise RQ Hi, everyone. I’m Felicia, that says there. This is really exciting. I actually took professor Chun’s class when I was at Yale. He is awesome. So, it’s honored to be here. The past three years of my life have been a whirlwind. I moved three times, I wrote two […]

Where in the world is it easiest to get rich? | Harald Eia | TEDxOslo

Translator: Zsófia Herczeg Reviewer: Queenie Lee Where in the world is it easiest to get … rich? That’s the question I asked my professor when I studied sociology in the early 90s because he was having a lecture about social democracies, the Scandinavian welfare state, and he was a classical left-wing sociology professor, and he […]

Freedom from Self-Doubt | B.J. Davis | TEDxSacramentoSalon

Translator: Phuong Cao Reviewer: Queenie Lee I work as a co-director at a substance abuse and co-occurring mental illness treatment agency. And not a day goes by that I take that for granted. In 1999, I was paroled from prison for the second time, for the … second time. Apparently, once wasn’t enough for me. […]

Schools that work for kids | Eric Sheninger | TEDxBurnsvilleED

Translator: Yulia Kallistratova Reviewer: Denise RQ The world has changed fundamentally since when we were in school. And many of those changes, as we know unless we live under a rock, have to do with technology. Students and adults today can connect, and engage, and collaborate like never before. When I think about all of […]