字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント There are over two billion school-aged individuals living in the world today. That's more young people than any other time in human history. That's billions of minds teaming with uninhibited creativity. That's billions of curious souls. The world's youth is the embodiment of the world's future, and that future has no limits because each and every young person brings a completely new and a completely unique perspective to the world around them. Ayana is passionately pursuing the meaning of life, among other things. What will life come to mean to her and to her closest friends? Will future smartphone owners download a student-built mood app, and will they prefer iteration number one or number two? Will Sophia become an Olympian, a teacher, an advocate for world peace, or will she become all three? And will Tyler's obsession with space and his pursuit of infinity lead him to travel beyond the world his ideas and the ideas of his peers will most certainly define? Picture the collective potential and the ideas of over two billion passionate young people. TED-Ed is thrilled to announce a new program that aims to give them the space and time to pursue those passions and to support them in presenting those ideas in the form of short, TED-like talks. The program is called TED-Ed Clubs. The mission: to celebrate the best ideas of young people around the world. Here's how it works. Visit ed.ted.com and fill out the club facilitator application. Once approved, you'll receive access to a set of free tools designed to help you start a TED-Ed Club at your school. There are 13 suggested meetings. Each meeting helps club members gain a discrete presentation skill. In the final meetings, club members present their ideas in the form of short, TED-like talks. Teachers, you can nominate presentations to be featured on TED-Ed or at the annual TED Youth conference. And students, the world is waiting to be redefined by your biggest, smallest, boldest, quirkiest, bravest, most inspiring, and most brilliant ideas!