2015 TEDxNavesink Speakers’ Favorite TED Talks
TEDxNavesink is just two days away! To get you excited for the speaker lineup, we compiled a list of some of this year’s speakers’ favorite and most memorable TED Talks.
Chris Welty and Lora Aroyo
Kary Mullis – Play! Experiment! Discover!
Mae Jemison – Teach Arts and Sciences Together
Sir Ken Robinson – Bring on the Learning Revolution
Kaihan Krippendorff and Gary Lewandowski
Sir Ken Robinson – How Schools Kill Creativity
Sugata Mitra – Kids Can Teach Themselves
Cameron Russell – Looks Aren’t Everything. Believe Me, I’m a Model
Clint Smith – The Danger of Silence
Elizabeth Gilberts – Your Elusive Creative Genius
Nick Hanauer – Beware, Fellow Plutocrats, The Pitchforks Are Coming
Bill Gates – Mosquitos, Malaria and Education
Esther Dyson – TEDxMidAtlantic
George Dyson – The Story of Project Orion
Ariana Huffington – How To Succeed? Get More Sleep
Elizabeth Gilbert – Your Elusive Creative Genius
Do you have a favorite TED Talk? One that left you wondering or inspired you to take action? Let us know! Comment in the field below. We’d love to know what your favorite TED Talks are!
Stephanie Eichmeyer is a content production and marketing specialist for the TEDxNavesink team. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in communication from Monmouth University. Stephanie has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia and has worked in journalism and PR for many years.
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