Best Ted Talks Every Parent Should Watch
When I have some free time (usually when I clean or cook dinner), I love to watch some interesting online videos, or listen to amazing podcasts. If you love multitasking, podcasts are great for you. My biggest problem is finding podcast that I like. Luckily, I found one interesting website All Things Podcast, where they shared a list of best parenting podcasts. I just download the one I want to listen at the moment – and that’s it.
Do you have your favorite podcast?
When I have some more time, I watch Ted Talks. I wanted to share my favorite parenting Ted Talks with you.
Watch different stories and experiences of ordinary people and experts about all the challenges of raising kids. Some stories will inspire you, other will educate you. Maybe you have different views about education or parenting or disagree with some of these best Ted talks about parenting – feel free to write your opinion in our comments.
When we’re talking about best Ted talks about parenting, we have to mention Ken Robinson. He is really passionate about creativity and how we need to change our education system. You may disagree, but he has a point.
A story from Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years. She talks about how students need to connect with their teachers on a real and personal level.
Child prodigy Adora Svitak says the world needs “childish” thinking – and I can’t agree more. I work with ideas and I think the children are perfect ‘ideas machines’. We can learn so much from them!
This one really touched my heart. To all different kids out there: stay strong – poet Shane Koyczan will amaze you with his spoken-word poem about bullying.
We are often overprotective and sometimes that is not bad – but a little danger is sometimes good, and Gever Tulley, founder of the Tinkering School, will explain why.
Any kind of ‘big talk‘ with our little ones is hard – but we have to do it. Listen to comedian Julia Sweeney!
I am in love with this kindergarten and had to share this with you. This is the world’s cutest kindergarten, designed by architect Takaharu Tezuka.
Babble.com publishers Rufus Griscom and Alisa Volkman expose 4 taboos that parents never admit. It’s honest and funny and definitely deserved to be in my best ted talks list.
Cameron Herold has a great point here. In his amazing talk, he makes the case for parenting and education that helps future entrepreneurs flourish.
Dr. Stuart Brown is talking about importance of playing! Plenty of play in childhood makes for happy, smart adults! Who can fight that?
I love watching Ted talks and I try to watch at least one every day. It doesn’t take much of my time but it often makes me inspired. If you didn’t watch any of these amazing talks, you have to watch it now!
And if you watch Ted talks, share with me if you have your list of best Ted talks? I would love to find some new videos that I didn’t watch yet!