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JILL BOLTE TAYLOR: MY STROKE OF INSIGHT-From TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design)
Jill Bolte Taylor got a research opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: She had a massive stroke, and watched as her brain functions — motion, speech, self-awareness — shut down one by one. An astonishing story.
Gever Tulley: Gever Tulley teaches life lessons through tinkering-From TED(Technology, Entertainment, Design)
Gever Tulley uses engaging photos and footage to demonstrate the valuable lessons kids learn at his Tinkering School. When given tools, materials and guidance, these young imaginations run wild and creative problem-solving takes over to build unique boats, bridges and even a rollercoaster!
CHRISTOPHER DECHARMS: LOOKING INSIDE THE BRAIN IN REAL TIME-From TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design)
Neuroscientist and inventor Christopher deCharms demonstrates a new way to use fMRI to show brain activity — thoughts, emotions, pain — while it is happening. In other words, you can actually see how you feel.
VILAYANUR RAMACHANDRAN: A JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF YOUR MIND-From TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design)
Vilayanur Ramachandran tells us what brain damage can reveal about the connection between celebral tissue and the mind, using three startling delusions as examples.
GEVER TULLEY: 5 DANGEROUS THINGS YOU SHOULD LET YOUR KIDS DO-From TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design)
Gever Tulley, founder of the Tinkering School, spells out 5 dangerous things you should let your kids do. From TED University 2007.
EVELYN GLENNIE: HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC WITH YOUR WHOLE BODY-From TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design)
In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie illustrates how listening to music involves much more than simply letting sound waves hit your eardrums.
SIR KEN ROBINSON: DO SCHOOLS KILL CREATIVITY?-From TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design)
Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.