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Shah Rukh Khan’s Ted Talk | King Beyond Bollywood

“I sell dreams, and I peddle love to millions of people,” expressed Shah Rukh is his out of way performance.

Titled as “Thoughts on humanity, fame, and love”, Shah Rukh Khan, the king khan of Bollywood’s first ever Ted talk went online this week and it was as magnificent as the Khan himself.

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Life

Math Mondays - Riddles

I really should be studying for my teaching license math exam and writing about it, but eh….no thanks!

I think I have reviewed my calculus enough, know my weakness with combinatorics, and that I need to make sure to multiply or divide by two when solving some geometry problems. 82 more words

Math Mondays

Happy World Goth Day!

May 22nd has come around again, and while this may not seem like a significant day to most, i love to spend the day learning something new about the origins of Goth. 39 more words

When Darkness Falls

Why We Are So Attached to Our Things - A TED-Ed Lesson about Ownership by Christian Jarrett

Dear readers,

We would like to share a really neat video with you that sums up the phenomenon of ownership quite nicely in under 5 minutes. 33 more words

Ownership

Ideas Worth Spreading

We did it! Our Kamehameha Schools TED-Ed Club held its Student Talks event at SALT @ Our Kakaʻako in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. It was a great success and a big relief… 245 more words

Kamehameha

การเล่นดนตรีดีต่อสมองอย่างไร

เมื่อเราฟังเพลงสมองของเราจะได้รับการกระตุ้นและมีการเชื่อมโยงข้อมูลในสมองที่ดีขึ้น และเมื่อเล่นเครื่องดนตรีจริงๆ สมองก็จะได้ใช้งานเหมือนการออกกำลังกายสมองซึ่งจะส่งผลดีระยะยาวมากกว่าคนที่ไม่ได้เล่นดนตรี

เครดิต  http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-playing-an-instrument-benefits-your-brain-anita-collins

  • Educator Anita Collins
  • Director Sharon Colman Graham
  • Script Editor Alex Gendler
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What it means when you can’t answer the question, What do you want to be when you grow up? — ideas.ted.com

Not all of us are born with one main interest — and we should see that as our biggest strength, not our weakness, says Emilie Wapnick, a writer, coach, artist (and then some).

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Wonders Of Wanders