New Perspective for a Better Future
6:30 - 7:30 PM
Watch Replay on Facebook
"An Unimaginable Season"
"Make Our World a Fresh Place to Live"
"How to Cope through Struggling Times"
Allie Amison & Payton Abbod
"Getting Sassy with COVID"
Reimagining Education Panel
Vance Anderson, Madalyn Brion Reed, Natalie Hidalgo, Doaa Polus, Irene Tehan-Boren, Arabella Wang
Alex Dwyer - Moderator
Hillsdale Music Ensemble
Thank You Partners
|#youbelong Panel (Full Conversation) Full panel conversation of the #youbelong Panel from Session 2.|
|How to do the Jerusalema Dance 5th-grade students from Fuerte Elementary teaches us how to do the Jerusalema dance|
|Beginner Hip Hop Learn hip hop just like our performers in Session 2, Steele Canyon Club Groove Dance Team. Dance is a great way to relieve stress, get your blood flowing, and build confidence. Dance professor, Melissa Adao, shows us basic hip hop moves called "Top Rock" for beginners.|
|Journaling to Relieve Stress Stress management should be a priority for everyone, especially with the many stressors and life changes we face during the pandemic. Watch this to see the benefits of journaling to relieve stress.|
|Ask Some Questions Do you like the world around you? If your world is not all you want it to be, you can change it. Sayed, a fourth-grader at Lexington Elementary School shares this idea about the importance of asking questions. This was a TED Talk from our 2019 TEDxKids@ElCajon event.|
|Building Bridges With his own personal history as a young refugee in El Cajon who attended local schools and became a police officer on the ECPD, 2018 TEDx Speaker, Detective Louie Michael has become a driving force in connecting the Middle Eastern population with law enforcement. Throughout his career, he has created many positive connections in his community.|
|Seeing Past the Surface 2018 TEDx speaker, Precious Inyang explains that in a world where hate crimes, brutality, and racism seem to grow by the day, hope lies in knowing that we as people can choose to see others for who they are, and not for what we’ve been told they are.|
|My Crown 2017 TEDx Speaker, Ruqiya Althalmi, encounters misunderstandings with patience and a smile in her coming of age story. She is proud to call herself a "Hijabi" and wear her "Crown."|
Virtual TEDx Performance Stage
Lexington Elementary School
Boomwackers - Ghost Buster
Hillsdale Middle School
Steele Canyon High School Advanced Dance