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TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing

TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing | Technology for school |

Ted Education...
- is in effect a YouTube channel that was released just few months ago;
- has grown in poplularity to gain thousands of subscribers in a very short period of time.


TED has now provided a tool that allows practitioners to use engaging videos to create customized lessons.


TED-Ed enables practitioners to use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-ED, and/or create lessons from scratch based on videos from YouTube.


One of the important features of Ted- Ed beta, is that practitioners can turn a video into a customized lesson that can be assigned to learners or shared more widely.


Practioners can also add context, questions, and follow-up suggestions to any video on Ted-Ed or YouTube.


Follow the link, to learn more about what users can do with TED-Ed.

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The Physics Classroom

The Physics Classroom is an online interactive tutorial of basic physics concepts. The lessons use an easy-to-understand language to present common physics principles discussed in physics courses.


The Physics Classroom provides access to...

- physics tutorials,

- Mind on Physics Internet Modules (1300+ questions designed to improve understanding of common physics topics),

- problem sets for practice,

- multimedia,

- animations (ideal for using on an interactive whiteboard or projector-connected PC)

- activity sheets,

- curriculum corner (pdf downloads),

- labs,

- photos, and more.


I suggest practitioners spend time exploring this site before recommending it to learners so they can help them navigate it.


There is a danger, because it is so information heavy, the Phusics Classroom could be a turn-off for learners who are just dropping in looking for something specific.

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What is the first question that comes to your mind?


For any practitioner seeking to engage maths learners, Dan Meyer’s 101questions site, is a resource that is wort a closer look!


Images and videos are posted on the website, and registered users are invited to pose questions, using 140 characters or less.


After asking a question, users can check to see what others have asked.


I’ve had fun browsing the website, and I’m pretty sure there’s potential here for engaging maths learners.

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