TED-ED Student Talks

TED-Ed — TED’s youth and education initiative — aims to spark and celebrate the ideas and knowledge-sharing of teachers and students around the world. Everything TED-Ed does supports learning — whether it’s producing a growing video library of original animated lessons, providing an international platform for teachers to create their own interactive lesson plans, helping curious students around the globe bring TED to their schools and gain presentation literacy skills, or celebrating innovative leadership within TED-Ed’s global network of over 250,000 teachers. TED-Ed has grown from an idea worth spreading into an award-winning education platform that serves millions of teachers and students around the world.

AARAS Education’s TED-ED student program will use the curriculum and resources developed by the TED-ED program in conjunction with our own Coding, Robotics, and Electronics program. Students will be guided by our team to explore their passion or develop the ideas uncovered through our STEM programs. Students will work through a structured 16 weeks program spread over two school terms to develop their TED-style talk. A high-level outline of the program is below.

  • Discover your passion/ideas
  • Learn the art of providing and receiving Feedback
  • Research your topic
  • Plan and structure your talk
  • Develop the script
  • Practice delivering the talk
  • Introduction of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) / Use of body-language / Stage use
  • Record the talk

This program is offered at no cost to AARAS Education’s High School Engineering program students and year 5/6 students by invitation.


Here is one of our students Kianna presenting their TED-ED talk about Public Speaking. See more of our students’ TED-ED talk in our Hall of STEM.