Inclusive culture in schools transforms communities | Heidi Heissenbuttel | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Kirstie Neo Reviewer: Ilze Garda Imagine. Imagine that schools recruit children who have the most different thoughts and behaviors. Imagine that children who learn differently are considered children with special rights. Imagine that educators have all the tools and strategies they need to meet all the needs of the learners in their classroom. Imagine […]

Society where elderly live happily | Shinsuke Muto | TEDxUTokyo

Translator: Masako Kigami Reviewer: Claire Ghyselen There is a very specific reason for how I practice my medicine. I had a chance to make a house call when I was a doctor at the University of Tokyo Hospital. This is the house of my patient. I was appalled. As I only met him at the […]

Violence — a family tradition | Robbyn Peters Bennett | TEDxBellingham

Translator: Ile Mon Reviewer: Nhu PHAM I’m a grandmother. And as a grandmother, I want to share with mothers and fathers how important it is that we never hit our children, including spanking. My granddaughter just started kindergarten, and she loves school–I mean, she loves everything about school, except for this one thing: reminder sticks. […]

Be a Community Organizer with a Cause | Beth Benedict | TEDxGallaudet

Thank you. Thank you very much. And hello everybody. Everybody is looking at me and thinking of me as an early interventionist or a woman or whatever identity you’re ascribing me. But I’m here to talk about early intervention and also to talk about what your role in early intervention approach is. We often talk […]

Building Community: Jessica Posner at TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Helena Bowen Reviewer: Denise RQ Hi everyone. So nearly five years ago, I moved into Kibera, the largest slum in Africa while I was studying abroad in Nairobi, a long way to go for a girl from Denver, Colorado. I did not spend my time in Nairobi making out with giraffes. (Laughter) Soon after […]

Secular Community: Greg Epstein at TEDxCambridge 2011

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Tijana Mihajlović So, I’m really glad to be part of this “We” session because, like it or not, for secularists like me, the most powerful form of connection to other people and to a community throughout human history has been religion. Now, I am one of these people who human rights […]

Community service: Alex Danilowicz at TEDxEncinitas

Translator: Katarzyna Lisowska Reviewer: Tulio Leao As a high school student, I know that just jumping in can be scary, but I always find it rewarding. And I know that just jumping in isn’t the easiest thing to do, but it continues to surprise me how few people do just jump in, especially teenagers. Today, […]

Community farming – it’s not about food: Josh Slotnick at TEDxUMontana

Translator: Alicia Ferreiro Reviewer: Ivana Korom My name is Josh Slotnick, and I am a vegetable farmer. I work on a farm where we grow food with University students, teenagers, school children, almost anybody who will come by. And the story that I’m going to tell you is about how I came to understand how […]

Community health impacts of factory farms: Steve Wing at TEDxManhattan 2013

The way we eat doesn’t just affect our health it affects other people’s health too hog production in north carolina is a good example since the mid twentieth century livestock production has shifted from pastor based farms to factory operations there are hundreds to over a thousand pigs in each building the feeders are automated […]

TEDxHunterCCS – Emma Hartung- The Importance of ______ in Community Service

Translator: Sheree Murray Reviewer: Denise RQ I’m here to talk about an important element of community service that we tend to ignore. So, what’s the blank? Well, the first element I thought of and maybe, the more conventional answer to that question is the ‘warm and fuzzy’ factor. You know, that human component of service […]