“We need to look inward to identify the things that give us a deep sense of fulfillment, the things that give us the deepest joy, and then weave them into the patterns of our daily routines.” t.ted.com/5oLTDwf
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Attica Prison Rebellion, where prisoners took control of the facility in response to inhumane living conditions.
Dig into what really happened during the 4 day uprising: t.ted.com/NnAhr2c
Margaret Atwood’s "The Handmaid's Tale," a chilling vision of a dystopian regime, has captured readers' imaginations since its publication in 1985.
How does this book maintain such staying power? t.ted.com/Es8psZk
How do we teach students accountability when homework is more feasible for some than others?
Educator Becky Navarre developed a system to help students take ownership of their learning— a system some of her students still use to this day: t.ted.com/YPKBK9p
In 1849, archaeologists found a 4,000-year-old story inscribed on crumbling clay tablets— a story that was so riveting, the first person to translate it started stripping from excitement.
Dive into the epic tale of Gilgamesh: t.ted.com/EceXPmI
What would it be like to have a limitless memory? Can the meaning of life be found in an infinite library? Is time a labyrinth or a single moment?
Explore these mind-bending questions through the works of Borges: t.ted.com/2E2UY4u
TED-Ed videos are one of our favorite ways to learn something new. Here's one we shared during our lunch and learn this month on vaccination facts - how fast can vaccines be made?
Filler suggestion: TED-Ed videos that are only 4~5 mins long. The video topics are very diverse and fun to watch. You even get to learn something at the end. win-win right? Now go stream and stream properly <3
In 1947, after 200 years of British rule, the British viceroy announced that India would gain independence and be partitioned into two countries.
What followed was one of the largest and bloodiest forced migrations in history: t.ted.com/9ziVw7j
“If we leave behind this simple role as disseminators of content and embrace a new paradigm as cultivators of curiosity and inquiry, we just might bring a little bit more meaning to the school day, and spark their imagination.” t.ted.com/mz8fSy5
Behold, the humble sea cucumber! A brainless, fleshy, sausage-shaped form bookended by a mouth and an anus.
It might look odd, but its daily toil paves the way for entire ecosystems to thrive: t.ted.com/uwCtjVt
How can we create school environments that teach empathy and gratitude as leadership skills?
Educator Chris Muller believes we must start by understanding and acknowledging privilege, and making space for activism the classroom: t.ted.com/zAh7h8l
NEW VIDEO: Prevailing for around 270 million years and encompassing more than 20,000 distinct species, these hardy creatures are some of the most successful lifeforms in Earth’s history: t.ted.com/1sYV6Fg
This comment on the final episode of @TED_ED's “Think Like a Coder” series was liked more than 1,800 times - and captures the heart of the videos.
Learn more about the series—which was supported by Endless—and then binge the whole thing for yourself: bit.ly/TEDEdStorytell…