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“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
Is fidgeting a bad habit? Or a sign of intelligence? t.ted.com/NGyDZUl
Can you solve the wizard standoff riddle? t.ted.com/rWrVOnq
Educator Luis Perez gives a powerful talk about his experience with visual impairment, his journey with disability and the importance of access to technology for all learners: t.ted.com/KlLriaY
It’s important to teach kids how to think, instead of what to think. Here are 4 simple ways to encourage critical thinking: t.ted.com/hJrsMsS
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
Would planting more trees solve the climate crisis? The answer may surprise you. Learn more about Earth’s gentle green giants on the TED Climate podcast. Listen here: bit.ly/2U7W0Ub
NEW VIDEO: When is speech considered a language versus a dialect? t.ted.com/h1PCom3
Embrace the semi-confusing semicolon with these helpful guidelines: t.ted.com/EF8iVey
Get outdoors and experience the transformative power of nature 🌿I
While results of standardized testing can help us understand some things, they can be misleading if used incorrectly: t.ted.com/uXOXuF5
This is what you're actually inhaling when you vape. (Hint: It's not water vapor.) t.ted.com/klak5B8
Get to know the story of Irena Sendler, who saved over 2,000 children from the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII: t.ted.com/Esw3VU5
NEW VIDEO: Trace the rise and fall of the most dominant power in the American West: t.ted.com/UnLFJ6t
"People who cannot apologize often have such deep feelings of low self-worth that their fragile egos cannot absorb the blow of admitting they were wrong." t.ted.com/6WipW6F
What is dust made of? Where does it come from? Get the dirt on dust: t.ted.com/5h9UMF5
Happy #LaborDay! Here's why you're taking a day off of work to celebrate work: t.ted.com/JqcTUWF
Meet axolotls, the salamanders that snack on each other (but don't die): t.ted.com/bdedONw
Adolescents are turning to pornography for education and information about sex. And that's because they can't find reliable and factual information elsewhere: t.ted.com/QTAGOGz
The surprising benefits of gratitude: t.ted.com/51TRJ0d
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
Physicists, air traffic controllers, and video game creators all have at least two things in common: cool jobs and vectors. But what exactly is a vector? t.ted.com/RVYeF9m
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
How a simple act of gratitude can transform your outlook: t.ted.com/Z8EQIfI
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
NEW VIDEO: What exactly is MSG, and is it actually bad for you? t.ted.com/bO0Cifi
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? ow.ly/FGVa50FZJw5 #ImmunizationAwarenessMonth
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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
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You have a voice. Learn how to use it.
Dig into the ancient Norse language, and decipher the mysterious symbols that tell tales of dragons, magic, and war: t.ted.com/87Y2BSq
"Why do some people do selfless things, like helping other people at enormous risk and cost to themselves?” t.ted.com/3TKTRGd
Get to know the story of Hisako Koyama, whose drawings of the sun’s surface helped scientists reconstruct 400 years of sunspot activity: t.ted.com/bUeY8Zu
NEW VIDEO: Who won the infamous overpopulation bet: Simon or Ehrlich? t.ted.com/cSoW5Xa
A list to help you make all of your relationships awesome: t.ted.com/4CBx7dC
Creating your own body heat takes a ton of energy and resources. So why didn’t humans evolve to be cold-blooded? t.ted.com/C8xsVeT
Was Henry VIII a charismatic reformer who freed his subjects from a corrupt establishment? Or a bullying tyrant who used Parliament for his own personal gain? t.ted.com/N4PTfpb
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
Why are some rivers raging rapids of white water while others are silty meanders of slow moving water? t.ted.com/EJx2YDY
Hypatia embodied the values of openness, inquiry, and co-existence. So why was she murdered? t.ted.com/7tKqP5j
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
Do dogs really understand what we say, think and feel? t.ted.com/rPO5WMM
On #InternationalDogDay, find out how our furry best friends evolved from wolves: t.ted.com/YtXOTaj
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…
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It's #InternationalDogDay! Take a look at the science behind how dogs "see" with their noses: t.ted.com/6u9hnJx
A refresher course on the classic myth of Icarus and Daedalus: t.ted.com/mdMMsTc
How can we use our curiosity to challenge not only the world, but also ourselves?
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