Month: September 2017

TEDxToronto – Drew Dudley “Leading With Lollipops”

TEDxToronto is the official TEDx conference for Toronto, Canada. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, it brings together the city’s foremost thought leaders, change makers and everyday people from each discipline and challenges them to deliver powerful, unforgettable and unique TEDxTalks. The theme of the second annual conference was A Call to Action. A total of 300 spots were reserved for audience members, while thousands more across the country joined via satellite locations and live video stream. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized...

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Keep Going! – School Motivation

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Philippine Schools Only the Richest Can Afford

Are you looking for a school to enroll to? Here are ten of the most expensive schools in the Philippines which you can consider (that is if you can afford the tuition fee. For copyright issues contact: Check us out on: Facebook: Instagram: Music: Razz by Bob Bradley...

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What Is a College Education? David Ray at TEDxOU

University of Oklahoma professor, David Ray, asks what is a college education? Does everyone need one? David Ray joined the OU faculty in 1992, after teaching for 14 years at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, and before that 3 years at Boston College. Ray received his BA cum laude from Yale (1967), and his MA and PhD from Stanford (1969, 1978) in political science. He served in the US Army from 1969 to 1971. At OU, he has taught Honors courses almost every semester, but also large lecture sections of the required Gen Ed American government course — Ray typically...

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