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TED Ed Lesson

This week in class we used the TED Ed lessons project to quickly create video lessons. This software is very simple to use and provides a quick and easy way to turn any YouTube video (ones you created and ones that have BEEN MADE BY OTHERS) into a learning opportunity that the students can complete at home. 97 more words


Please Excuse My...Who? on Video?

Like I’ve been mentioning throughout my blog, technology is here to stay with its many uses; it  will continue to creep into our children’s classrooms in ways that were (at one time) unimaginable. 152 more words


A Fish That Returned From the Dead

What are coelacanths and why are they so fricken cool?? Check out this TED Ed Lesson I helped create, and learn about these ancient fishes that captured the world’s fascination almost 75 years ago!

5 Tips To Help Your Kids Study Better

Ever wonder how we used to hate Mathematics, Arts, History and Physics so much only to realize how interesting it was as we grow older sufficiently to understand the importance and the usage of those earlier syllabus in schools? 455 more words

Hot Schools

11 must-see lessons from TED-Ed

Short animated lessons you’ll love, from atomic structure to the science of stage fright (and how to overcome it).

Bite-size snacks of knowledge, TED-Ed Video Lessons… 634 more words

Questions Worth Asking


The clever folks at TED-Ed point out something interesting:

There is a rule in magic, taught religiously to new magicians which goes something like this: 529 more words

Attempted Philosophy

Why do Americans and Canadians Celebrate Labor Day?

Reflections my Past Labor Days

When I reflect on the meaning of Labor Day from my childhood years, I think: end of summer; back to school tomorrow; our family get together’s which always included outdoor picnics; softball, badminton and other games; watermelon, potato salad, hot dogs, hamburgers, fried chicken, ice cream, and cake. 327 more words