A video about learning the skills to engage an audience
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A TED talk passionately delivered by Christopher Emdin, a teacher who proposes that there is a need for educators to learn the skills of engaging an audience. He suggests that such learning happens outside of schools, that to learn this “magic”, educators need to step into spaces where such mastery exists, such as “barbershops, rap concerts, and Black churches” and take note of how these powerful speakers engage.
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