字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 TED-Ed team here. As you know, we usually post animated educator lessons, but today we wanted to try something a little different, and we need your help to figure out next steps. We've recently learned that a large number of students that use TED-Ed want to know more about career options, and that they and the teachers and guidance counselors that work with them need better tools to make that happen. We've been busy trying to design an interactive series to meet those needs, and today we want to share three videos that demo how the series could work. Each video features four people with four different careers reading questions submitted by students. The answers to those questions and follow-up questions can be explored choose-your-own-adventure style through annotations. For the purposes of the demo, we sourced a few questions from students and recruited a few TED speakers and other professionals to answer the questions, but those two things were done independently of one another. The idea for the actual series is that the next set of videos would only feature questions and people suggested and voted up by you, the viewers. So, if you tell us that the next video should undoubtedly feature an arachnologist, an album art creator, a particle physicist, and an engineer, all giving away their trade secrets for your benefit, we'll try our best to make that happen. We think this could be a pretty fun series, and we look forward to your feedback. Enjoy the demo! Now for the story of you, the TED-Ed community, your questions about potential careers, and the TED speakers and working professionals that you nominate to answer those questions. It's an interactive show. Welcome to "Click Your Fortune." "I'm Nate Mook. I started, my background is in technology, so I used to work in software and the Internet primarily. Most recently I've been working on short documentary films." "My name is Jennifer Healey. I am a research scientist at Intel Corporation." "Gillian Martin Mahers. I'm a learning practitioner. I work with environment and development and sustainable development organizations and individuals who are trying to introduce more learning into their processes." "Tokunbo Ajasa-Oluwa. I run GoThinkBig, and it's a digital hub where we help young people get their first foot on the career ladder, basically." Each professional will now draw one of your questions from the fortune cookie jar. You can choose your own path from there. You can also click this fortune cookie at any time to suggest questions, TED speakers, other professionals, and other professions to be featured in future videos. Let's see what fortunes await this batch of volunteers. "What book are you reading right now?" "What ideas are you passionate about?" "If you were to give a TED Talk, or you already have, what ideas would you present?" "Who do you look up to?" You may now click any fortune to see the question and a handful of follow-up questions explored by each speaker. On the next "Click Your Fortune," you could you see the professional you've always looked up to answering questions you've always had about the career you've always been curious about. Click the fortune cookie to visit the TED-Ed community and to suggest or vote up ideas for future videos.