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  • Don't Look Down on Me (6mins) Man With Dwarfism Wore A Hidden Camera To Reveal How Painfully Cruel People Can Be



  • Shane Koyczan: "To This Day" ... for the bullied and beautiful By turn hilarious and haunting, poet Shane Koyczan puts his finger on the pulse of what it's like to be young and ... different. "To This Day," his spoken-word poem about bullying, captivated millions as a viral video (created, crowd-source style, by 80 animators). Here, he gives a glorious, live reprise with backstory and violin accompaniment by Hannah Epperson.




  • The Best Motivation Video 
  • Kid President Pep Talk to teachers & Students (video 4min) Kid President believes we're all teachers and we're all students. What are you teaching the world? Who are you learning from? Share this with a special teacher in your life!

  • Inspirational Doesn't Begin to Cut it! Sports Illustrated Kid of The Year 2012 Cayden, suffers from cerebral palsy, but Conner doesn't let that stop him from playing sports with his brother. The two compete in triathlons together, with Conner towing Cayden behind in a raft during the swimming leg, towing him behind his bike during the cycling portion, and pushing him during the run. Triathlons have been a great way for the brothers to come together and have made them an inspiration to everyone that hears their story.

  • Lost Generation
  • How Do YOU Define Yourself Lizzie Velasquez at TEDxAustinWomen In a time when beauty is defined by supermodels, success is defined by wealth, and fame is deified by how many followers you have on social media, Lizzie Velasquez asks the question how do you define yourself? Once labeled, "The Worlds Ugliest Woman," Lizzie decided to turn things around and create her own definitions of what she defines as beauty and happiness.
  • Girls first Ski Jump (1:48) Learning Ski Jumping takes courage, and this 4th grader has what it takes



  • DOVE Evolution 
  • Dove Real Beauty Sketches 
  • How To Change What You Find Attractive In 60 Seconds Media has a way of glorifying men with large muscles and women who are skinny. This is especially troubling for women, as they see thinness being associated with beauty, leading to eating disorders and women who are underweight. But just how long does it take to affect someone? Laci answers this tough question and also explains why the glorification of underweight women can have a ton of negative effects.
  •  The Introvert MYTH (8.15) In this video, I uncover some of the myths and misconceptions of being an introvert, but most importantly I help you to uncover the real strengths that you have (whether you're introverted OR extroverted!)
  • Always #LikeAGirl (3:18 video) Using #LikeAGirl as an insult is a hard knock against any adolescent girl. And since the rest of puberty's really no picnic either, it's easy to see what a huge impact it can have on a girl's self-confidence. 
    We're kicking off an epic battle to make sure that girls everywhere keep their confidence throughout puberty and beyond, and making a start by showing them that doing it #LikeAGirl is an awesome thing. 



  • Ask students Why Middle School?  What's it all about? What do they think are the student issues/feelings compared to the teacher?  Watch Why Middle School? (A clip created with Dacien Hadland to bring about the data and anecdotal research from being a middle school teacher. I have created this with the help of Middle School students, in their voice.) Then watch Why Middle School Matters (3mins), which focuses on a teacher perspective. Do students have any concluding thoughts?
  • Why I Hate School But Love Education||Spoken Word As the cyclical and seemingly never ending debate about education rages on, the topic - somewhat ironically, often poses more questions than it provides answers. But what is the value of mainstream schooling? Why is it that some of the most high profile and successful figures within the Western world openly admit to never having completed any form of higher learning? Paying homage to Jefferson Bethke's "Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus", a piece that received 22 million views in the space of a week, I address a number of these issues in my offering "Why I Hate School, but Love Education".
  • I Will Not Let An Exam Result Decide My Fate||Spoken Word "I Will Not Let An Exam Result Decide My Fate" picks up on the education topic but takes a different stance and angle from "Why I Hate School But Love Education". This poem talks about how we have been made to think about how education and getting university degrees can give us opportunities to have a better chance in making our dream careers a reality. It also touches on how as individuals we are judged and tested by how well we perform on exams, but not all people perform well in exams so why are they made out to feel like they're dumb? The inconsistencies of the education system are really peeled open to reveal a deep problem that needs to be addressed and how society's needs have changed to make this even more apparent.
  • STOP STEALING DREAMS: Seth Godin at TEDxYouth@BFS In it, he asks the question “What is school for?” With the internet now connecting us all, what is the role and function of the school?
  • Remix for Personalized Learning Our project video...explains the framework behind "Remixing for Improving Personalized Learning". Reflect, Explore, Make personal, Invent/incorporate, and eXhibit/share (REMIX)
  • Hackschooling makes me happy: Logan LaPlante at TEDxUniversityofNevada When 13 year-old Logan LaPlante grows up, he wants to be happy and healthy. He discusses how hacking his education is helping him achieve this goal. 
  • Angela Lee Duckworth: The key to success? Grit (via TED 6m10sLeaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn’t the only thing separating the successful students from those who struggled. Here, she explains her theory of “grit” as a predictor of success.






  • The Science of Happiness - An Experiment in Gratitude What makes you happy? Have you ever wondered why? Join us as we take an experimental approach on what makes people happier.
  • The UN Day of Happiness 2014 (1.47) The Day of Happiness campaign is a global celebration to mark the UN International Day of Happiness. It is coordinated by Action for Happiness, a non-profit movement of people from over 140 countries and supported by a partnership of like-minded organizations. On March 20, 2014 celebrate the Day of Happiness by uploading a photo to social media of something that makes you happy and using hashtag #happinessday. Use your pictures to remind others of what really matters and together we'll build a vision of happiness to beat the one we are sold. Find out more at http://www.dayofhappiness.net 

  • My philosophy for a happy life: Sam Berns at TEDxMidAtlantic Sam Berns is a Junior at Foxboro High School in Foxboro, Massachusetts, where he has achieved highest honors and is currently a percussion section leader in the high school marching band. He recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Sam was diagnosed with Progeria, a rare, rapid aging disease, at the age of 2.

  • Does making art make you happier? This week on Science of Happiness, Julian investigates positive art therapy with a special guest. Watch the bonus episode here! (6:12 video)







  • How To Be Creative | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios Creativity has always been essential for our cultural growth, but there are still many misconceptions about this elusive process. Not the left-brain/right-brain binary that we've come to believe, being creative is considerably more complex, and requires a nuanced understanding of ourself and others. Being a powerful creative person involves letting go of preconceived notions of what an artist is, and discovering and inventing new processes that yield great ideas. Most importantly, creators must push forward, whether the light bulb illuminates or not.
  • What can creativity do? A promo film for the Ontario College of Art & Design.




  • What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains  (3:53) Most of us are on the Internet on a daily basis and whether we like it or not, the Internet is affecting us. It changes how we think, how we work, and it even changes our brains.
  • 'Look Up' (4.58)- A spoken word film for an online generation. 'Look Up' is a lesson taught to us through a love story, in a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another, but always results in us spending more time alone. 
  • Did You Know in 2028 (3:15) What will the world of 2028 look like? This is a question St Paul's School has been asking as it explores what a rapidly changing world will be like when it's youngest students reach their final year of education. Research revealed many trends, but two critical uncertainties which could significantly impact schooling as we know it today. These uncertainties were used to develop four scenarios, describing possible futures for our youngest students. 






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