Logan is the founding director of TED's youth and education initiative, TED-Ed - an award-winning website, content format and program offering that serves millions of teachers and students every day. Prior to working for TED, Logan was selected as a TED Fellow for his roles as director, editor and composer of the nonprofit, feature-length film, Darius Goes West (28 film festival awards, 2007). Logan is also the founder of CallMeIshmael.com - a creative, participatory literary initiative that was an honoree for the National Book Foundation's Innovations In Reading Prize in 2015. Logan began his career as a high school special education teacher in his hometown of Athens, GA, and he currently lives and works in New York City. He holds a B.Ed. in Special Education from the University of Georgia, and an Ed.M. in Technology Innovation and Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
What makes TED Talks so impactful? In this session, participants will understand the key ingredients to the TED approach to public speaking. Take away new building blocks to improve your next presentation, pitch or speech -- so you can communicate your ideas in a more compelling and memorable way.
Outcomes/Takeaways: Learn new building blocks to construct an impactful presentation.