You have ideas worth spreading.

TED Masterclass is an app-based course that will teach you how to identify, develop and share your best ideas with the world.

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Course preview

Head of TED, Chris Anderson will guide you through 11 lessons culminating in your very own TED-style talk.

Overview
An introduction from the Head of TED, Chris Anderson.
Part 1: Identify your ideas
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1: What are ideas?
You'll learn how to spot the differences between bad ideas, good ideas and great ideas.
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2: What are your ideas?
You'll engage in a rigorous brainstorm and develop a list of ideas for your talk.
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3: What's your through-line?
You'll decide which ideas to keep and which ideas to cut.
Part 2: Plan your approach
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4: Craft your talk plan
You'll learn when to script your talk and when to improvise.
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5: Voice and presence
Learn how to use your voice and body language to enhance the delivery of your talk.
Part 3: Develop your talk
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6: Connection
You'll learn how to connect with audience members (in person and online) as you deliver your talk.
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7: Storytelling
Learn the ways the ancient art of storytelling can shape your delivery.
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8: Explanation
You'll learn how to express complex ideas with clarity.
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9: Persuasion
You'll learn how to convince others to genuinely consider your point of view.
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10: Revelation
You'll learn how to reveal your ideas in exciting and engaging ways.
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11: How to think about visuals
You'll learn how to (and how not to) use visuals to enhance your presentation.

“TED Masterclass helped me share my own ideas while learning how to better appreciate and understand the ideas of others.”

— Mark Wilson, 2009 National Principal of the Year

Master the art of public speaking.

You’ll learn how to discover your ideas worth spreading, craft them into compelling narratives, and present them so that people want to listen.

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