3 Inspiring TED Talks Every Learner, Trainer, and Teacher Should See

Posted by Cortney Peters on Aug 4, 2016 5:07:49 PM

Looking for a bit of inspiration or clarity on various learning topics? We've developed a list of TED Talks that should be seen by learning and development or teachers/professors should watch. 



1. "The nerd's guide to learning everything online." by John Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns. This witty, clever, and light-hearted look into the mind of John Green promotes a "community of learners" to be huge factor of his ultimate success. 

2. "The life-long learner," by Ben Dunlap, president of Wofford College. Ben uses real-life examples and stories to support his belief that learning should be forever long. 



3. "What we're learning from online education," by Daphne Koller, co-founder of Coursera. This insightful and inspiring look into worldwide education will remind us how precious education is to a person's life and future. 



We hope these give a healthy dose of inspiration to keep learning and growing throughout your career and life. 


Topics: Higher Education, Corporate Learning, K12

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