Professional learning leaders, the community of educators you serve is teeming with brilliant, innovative, and — in all likelihood — extremely under-circulated ideas. This program will help you guide your colleagues through the process of identifying, developing and sharing those ideas with each other... and the world!
Delivered via the TED Masterclass companion app, the TED Masterclass course will guide your colleagues through the process of developing a TED-style talk. You can preview the course curriculum here.
The TED Masterclass administrative portal will allow you to track your educators' progress through the course and elevate the most compelling ideas within your school or district.
Glean insights and advice from TED staff and a worldwide network of Professional Learning leaders by attending TED Masterclass’s office hours. These informative sessions are hosted over video conference.
Throughout the year, TED invites the most compelling speakers discovered through TED Masterclass to reprise their talks live in TED’s office theater. You’re invited to attend in person or online.
TED’s world class speaker coaches will regularly collect and share public speaking tips from you and your educators' favorite TED speakers.
You’re invited, but not required, to submit recordings of your educators' TED-style talks to TED’s curators. The top talks will be featured on the TED-Ed Educator Talks channel.
Hosted by Head of TED Chris Anderson, the TED Masterclass course consists of 3 sections and 11 lessons. Each lesson takes about an hour to complete. Educators can progress through the course at their own pace.
“TED Masterclass helped me share my own ideas while learning how to better appreciate and understand the ideas of others.”
Participants who submit the most compelling talks will earn an invitation to speak at or attend a TED event.
TED is a nonprofit. All revenue generated through TED Masterclass is reinvested into sparking and celebrating great educator and student ideas throughout the world. Pricing varies based your school or district’s size and needs.