- “How to Make Stress Your Friend” by Kelly McGonigal
This TED Talk explores how viewing stress as a positive force can improve student well-being and performance.
- “The Power of Vulnerability” by Brené Brown
Brené Brown discusses the importance of embracing vulnerability and cultivating connection in this insightful talk.
- “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” by Sir Ken Robinson
In this thought-provoking talk, Sir Ken Robinson challenges the traditional education system and advocates for nurturing creativity in students.
- “My Stroke of Insight” by Jill Bolte Taylor
Jill Bolte Taylor shares her personal experience of having a stroke and provides fascinating insights into brain function and perception.
- “Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are” by Amy Cuddy
Amy Cuddy explains how body language affects our mindset and confidence, highlighting the importance of positive non-verbal communication.
- “The Danger of a Single Story” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
This talk explores the impact of stereotypes and encourages students to seek multiple perspectives to develop a more nuanced understanding.
- “The Puzzle of Motivation” by Dan Pink
Dan Pink discusses the science of motivation, challenging traditional approaches and offering insights into fostering intrinsic motivation.
- “The Happy Secret to Better Work” by Shawn Achor
Shawn Achor shares humorous and scientifically backed strategies for cultivating happiness and improving productivity.
- “The Power of Introverts” by Susan Cain
Susan Cain advocates for the recognition and appreciation of introverts in society, highlighting their unique strengths and contributions.
- “The Art of Being Yourself” by Caroline McHugh
Caroline McHugh explores self-identity and authenticity, encouraging students to embrace their true selves in this inspiring talk.
- “The Mathematics of Love” by Hannah Fry
Hannah Fry uses mathematical principles to explore patterns in human relationships, revealing surprising insights about love and compatibility.
- “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance” by Angela Lee Duckworth
Angela Lee Duckworth shares her research on the importance of grit in achieving long-term goals, inspiring students to develop perseverance.
- “Inside the Mind of a Master Procrastinator” by Tim Urban
Tim Urban hilariously delves into the world of procrastination, helping students understand their own tendencies and find strategies to overcome them.
- “The Surprising Habits of Original Thinkers” by Adam Grant
Adam Grant explores the characteristics and habits of original thinkers, offering valuable insights into creativity and innovation.
- “Why We Do What We Do” by Tony Robbins
Tony Robbins examines the driving forces behind human behavior, providing practical strategies for personal transformation and motivation.
- “The Science of Cells That Never Get Old” by Elizabeth Blackburn
Elizabeth Blackburn shares her groundbreaking research on telomeres, shedding light on the aging process and potential interventions.
- “The Voices in My Head” by Eleanor Longden
Eleanor Longden recounts her personal journey with schizophrenia and challenges stigmas associated with mental health.
- “The Power of Believing That You Can Improve” by Carol Dweck
Carol Dweck discusses the growth mindset and its impact on student achievement, encouraging a belief in the capacity for growth and learning.
- “The Fruits of Grit” by Angela Lee Duckworth
In this talk, Angela Lee Duckworth further explores the concept of grit and its impact on personal and academic success.
- “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” by Simon Sinek
Simon Sinek investigates the power of purpose and effective leadership, inspiring students to lead with authenticity and inspire others.