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TEDxTallinn09/01/2021 @ 14:45
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Kas mäletate, et juulikuus toimus TEDxTallinnSalon? Meie mäletame! Nüüd on aeg käes jagada kolme kõne, mis meid Aegnal või laevareisil saatsid. Esimesena astub lavale – õigemini otse loodusesse – Peeter Illison. Peeter arutleb, kuidas ja mis varustusega jääda ellu keerulistes olukordades ning mis roll on meie kehal & vaimul. Head kuulamist!

Do you remember that TEDxTallinnSalon took place in July on Aegna island? The time has come to share the talks from that event. First up to take the stage, or should we say – stand under the trees – is Peeter Illison. Peeter talks about survival skills – what equipment do we need in difficult situations and what role does the body and mind play? Enjoy!
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Milline varustus aitab keerulistes tingimustes ellu jääda? Peeter usub, et meie kõige ägedam varustus on meie keha ja vaim. Ta treenib end toime tulema keeru…
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TEDxTallinn08/31/2021 @ 14:05
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Kohe algab uus kooliaasta ja kõik on ootusärevust täis– õpilased, õpetajad, lapsevanemad. Kõik tahavad, et lastel oleks head õpitulemused ja nad oleksid elus õnnelikud. Siiski tasub meeles pidada, et ainult hinded ei ole olulised. Koolis omandatakse akadeemilisi teadmisi, aga lisaks ka õpitakse ennast tundma, kasvatakse iga päev, kogetakse empaatiat, lastakse isiksusel areneda. Õpitulemused on ainult jäämäe veepealne tipp. Laste edukust ja õnnelikkust elus mõjutab ka selle jäämäe veealune osa, mis tuleneb kultuurist, mida kool suudab õpilaste ümber luua. Andrew Hammond räägib lähemalt.

The new school year is about to begin and everyone is full of anticipation — students, teachers, parents. Everyone wants children to have good grades and be happy in life. However, it is worth remembering that scores alone are not important. Children acquire academic knowledge at school, but they also learn about themselves, experience empathy and growth, and develop their personalities. Learning outcomes are only the tip of the iceberg. The success and happiness in their lives is also influenced by the underwater part of the iceberg, which comes from the culture and community that the school creates around the students. Andrew Hammond will talk in more detail.
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Our children are more than the sum of their school grades. Behind every exam result lies a whole person with incalculable, untapped potential and myriad face…
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TEDxTallinn08/28/2021 @ 7:11
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Globaalne ajakirjandusportaal Quartz väisas ka TEDxMonterey 2021 konverentsi ning teiste seast noppis üles Karoli Hindriksi kõne moraalselt aegunud paberpasside ja töörände takistuste teemal. Seda kõnet saab näha alates septembrist, aga kui tunned teema vastu huvi juba täna, siis loe ülevaadet siit:

The global business portal Quartz visited the TEDxMonterey 2021 conference and, among others, picked up Karoli Hindriks’ talk on obsolete paper passports and obstacles to labor migration. This talk will be publicly available in September, but if you are interested in the topic today, read the overview here:
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Värskeimad TED kõned

  • The mind-bending art of deep time | Katie Paterson
    on 28/01/2022

    Short-sightedness may be the greatest threat to humanity, says conceptual artist Katie Paterson, whose work engages with deep time — an idea that describes the history of the Earth over a time span of millions of years. In this lively talk, she takes us through her art — a telephone line connected to a melting glacier, maps of dying stars – and presents her latest project: the Future Library, a forested room holding unread manuscripts from famous authors, not to be published or read until the year 2114.

  • A different understanding of American patriotism | Deval Patrick
    on 27/01/2022

    American democracy cannot be great until it is good, says lawyer, Harvard professor and former governor of Massachusetts Deval Patrick. A self-identified patriot, Patrick stands behind the fundamental values and civic ideals that he believes make the US unique — and outlines how the country has strayed from those same edicts. Calling for a collective patriotism free from cynicism and fatalism, Patrick underlines the urgency to reset national aspirations in order to save democracy.

  • 4 ways to redefine power at work to include women of color | Rha Goddess and Deepa Purushothaman
    on 26/01/2022

    With many women of color considering exiting the workforce due to unfair conditions, it’s time to reshape systems in order to put an end to this massive loss of talent. Exposing the harmful repercussions of racist, toxic organizational cultures, soul coach Rha Goddess and corporate inclusion visionary Deepa Purushothaman share four pathways to reimagine work so women of color are centered as leaders. Instead of aspiring to a “seat at the table”, they urge us to remake the whole table — and stop fighting for “one broke-ass chair.”

  • The new reality of fashion is digital | Gala Marija Vrbanic
    on 25/01/2022

    Picking an outfit? Take inspiration from this thrilling talk about digital fashion: the new, weird and wonderful world of fashion designed for our virtual worlds. Watch as Gala Marija Vrbanic, a leader in this emerging field, showcases what you could wear across your digital channels — be it TikTok, Instagram or in the metaverse — and shares how it could infinitely expand the creative possibilities of fashion, identity and self-expression.

  • Are brain waves the secret to treating Alzheimer’s? | Li-Huei Tsai
    on 24/01/2022

    What if we could use brain waves to treat Alzheimer’s? Professor and neuroscientist Li-Huei Tsai details a promising new approach to artificially stimulate gamma brain waves using light and sound therapy, to increase connectivity and synchrony and delay the onset of this deadly disease. This non-invasive therapy has already been shown to work in mice — now it’s on to human clinical trials, with the potential to usher in a brighter future for everyone. (Followed by a Q&A with head of TED Chris Anderson)

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