Last month on September 18th, the first student-organized TEDx event took place in Redmond, Washington. Some of the student presentations are now available on the TEDxRedmond website, under the “live” tab. These include the following nine minute presentation and song by Zoe Sprankle, who is the daughter of noted Maine educator Bob Sprankle. The title of Zoe’s presentation was “Impact, Effect and Purpose.”
Check out Bob’s great podcast of audio interviews with presenters and parents of presenters from TEDxRedmond. The podcast is 93 minutes long.
Zoe’s blog is “Footprints on Paper.”
Seeing and hearing Zoe present makes me look forward to our “Student Voices” strand in the K-12 Online Conference this year! The conference begins tomorrow with Dean Shareski’s opening pre-conference keynote!
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