What makes a good teacher great? | Azul Terronez | TEDxSantoDomingo

What makes a good teacher great? | Azul Terronez | TEDxSantoDomingo

Translator: Kesmat El Deeb Reviewer: Riaki Poništ I’m obsessed with the question: “What makes a good teacher great?” I’ve collected 26,000 responses to this question, in eight different schools, from the poorest schools in Los Angeles, to suburban schools in Texas, to elite private schools abroad. And after 24 years of teaching students, I’m still […]

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Harajuku Fashion: Takeshita Street Adventure ★ ONLY in JAPAN #13 原宿探検&変身

Were at Harajuku, Tokyo and behind me is Takeshita street Ground zero for the youth fashion industry here in Japan and help me out with this report is Michelle Branch A fashion consultant and buyer Hi,I’m Michelle I’ve lived in Tokyo for several years and study fashion So this is Takeshita street. Why is it […]

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What Matters Most: Ronke

Hi Ronke. My name is Anne. I’m your therapist. How are you doing? I’m okay. Thank you so much for coming in today What brings you in and how can I help you? The police thought I was crazy or some people thought something was wrong…mmm… I don’t know. It sounds like that was a […]

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From gutter to glory: winning the cultural war | Elizabeth Birch | TEDxPennsylvaniaAvenue

From gutter to glory: winning the cultural war | Elizabeth Birch | TEDxPennsylvaniaAvenue

Reviewer: Leonardo Silva As we stand here today, we may very well be on the eve of a Supreme Court decision that is no less monumental than Brown v. Board of Education, or Loving v. Virginia. It is possible that this Supreme Court will deliver marriage equality to gay and lesbian couples in this country. […]

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Juvenoia

Juvenoia

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. Skeletons are scary and spooky, but you know what else is? Teenagers. Their attitude, the way they dress and the music they listen to. Can you even call it music? Pff, kids these days. But what are kids these days? What’s with all the concern and what’s a generation? Why do […]

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LGBT Cultural Commissions Award 2017: Helen Wright

LGBT Cultural Commissions Award 2017: Helen Wright

so my name’s Helen Wright and I have one of the Cultural Commissions for LGBT History Month 2017 the project that I have the commission for is a film project the film is called Joey it’s a short lesbian sci-fi film about a young woman with telekinetic powers who’s going out on the lesbian scene […]

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How Peruvian Kids Are Breakdancing Out Of Street Life | AJ+

How Peruvian Kids Are Breakdancing Out Of Street Life | AJ+

Poverty has forced more than 5.7 million children across Latin America into child labor. And it’s causing many of them to drop out of school. In many major cities all across the region, these children often end up working on the streets. But the streets can be dangerous and children are left vulnerable to abuse, […]

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Is a new revolution happening in Cuba? What’s gonna be of it in Trump’s era? Chronicles from the 20s

My home is in Cuba but also in Spain. It’s better to have two homes than one, isn’t it? I think Cuba and Spain share many values. The European project in itself, on paper, is wonderful. It’s a story of solidarity, friendship, union. I would like it to survive as what it was born as. […]

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School suspensions are an adult behavior | Rosemarie Allen | TEDxMileHigh

School suspensions are an adult behavior | Rosemarie Allen | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Young children are being suspended and expelled from school at alarming rates. Preschool children are suspended three times more than kindergarten through 12th grades combined. In Illinois, 40% of childcare centers reported suspending infants and toddlers. (Laughter) Yes! Those are children who have not yet turned three years old. […]

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