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Can TED Talks Really Work in a Classroom?

By Katrina Schwartz There’s been a lot of excitement around TED’s foray into education, bringing its inspirational video model to the classroom. TED-Ed launched the YouTube Channel with produced and animated videos about two months ago and now includes a free service that lets teachers upload any YouTube video to its polished platform. Teachers can … Continue reading Can TED Talks Really Work in a Classroom? →

Why We Should Never Fear Failure

“Failure is a part of creating new and amazing new things. We can’t both fear failure and make amazing new things,” says inventor Regina Dugan in this inspiring TED Talk. Scientists and engineers defy the impossible and have pushed beyond expectations because they were given the freedom to fail, she says. How can this ideology … Continue reading Why We Should Never Fear Failure →

YouTube Offers All Schools Education-Only Link, Beefs Up K-12 Content

YouTube All schools can now use the YouTube educational video site, youtube.com/education, without having to jump over Internet filtering hurdles. For schools that choose to opt in to the YouTube for Schools Program, YouTube will redirect Web users who go to the site straight over to youtube.com/education. On this portion of the site, all comments … Continue reading YouTube Offers All Schools Education-Only Link, Beefs Up K-12 Content →

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