By Jessika Lynch - Dec 12th, 2016
Dear TEDxAmsterdamED community,
Five years ago we launched this platform with a single idea: What if we could create an event to open up education to the outside world and provide inspiration to the inside? TED, as it turned out, was branching further into their TED-Ed platform and happy to give us a voice and a license. Through that one idea we launched TEDxAmsterdamED and have since brought more than sixty ideas from both inside and outside our community to our stage and to TEDx online.
By Jessika Lynch - May 16th, 2016
What happens when you try to be an inspiring teacher and everything seems to fail? What do you try next in order to create excitement in learning?
By Don McMinn - May 10th, 2016
This is the third and final part of our series on making lifelong learning an invigorating part of your everyday life. You can find part one HERE and part two HERE.
By Alvaro de Salvo - Apr 29th, 2016
What do 600 people in the audience, 75+ volunteers, twelve keynote speakers, several performing artists and workshop hosts have in common? They were all present at the fourth edition of the TEDxAmsterdamED event, with the unique opportunity to create a full day environment to rethink education. The main topic of this year’s edition was #BorntoLearn and lifelong learning.
By the TEDxAmsED Content Creators - Apr 29th, 2016
A new and exciting addition to the TEDxAmsterdamED event this year was the highly interactive learning program for the audience. While past editions of the event have also included a large dose of interactive aspects during the breaks, this year, the #BorntoLearn theme was supercharged with learning opportunities for all participants.
By Maylis Buonomo - Apr 28th, 2016
What could be more exciting than brainstorming solutions to the hottest education challenges in the Netherlands on board a boat, cruising the Amsterdam canals in the beautiful sunshine?
By Coraline Reeder - Apr 25th, 2016
This workshop hosted by Maaike van der Velden and Joep de Jong explored the participants' own experiences with learning and asked them to share these to come to great recipes for Lifelong Learning.