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Our process at TED-Ed involves several steps to make sure the content we present is factually accurate. First, the authors of lessons are educators and subject matter experts. Second, we have a team of fact-checkers who review our content and [...]

TED-Ed challenges you to see how many clubs you can start

How might we amplify student voices around the world? At a recent TED-Ed Weekend workshop, student attendees answered this question with a challenge: start as many TED-Ed Clubs as possible! And the TED-Ed Clubs Student Voice Challenge was born. The goal of [...]

TED-Ed Weekend = student voices, amplified!

TED-Ed Weekend is just like the official TED conference, except for one thing: it’s dedicated to student voice. At the June 2017 TED-Ed Weekend, thousands of people tuned in via the livestream and Facebook Live to watch students take the mic [...]

A library where you can check out seeds

At the Butte County Library in Chico, California, there is a seed section. This is the Chico Seed Lending Library (CSLL), a collection of seeds donated from gardens and farms around the region. At CSLL, advanced and burgeoning gardeners can borrow the means [...]

Advice from TED-Ed Club Leaders

When Divyang Khandelwal started the first TED-Ed Club in his city, he asked for some do’s and don’ts from the experts: other TED-Ed Club Leaders! Here are a few of their tips for success: Help Club Members uncover their ideas. [...]

5 simple ways to stay creative when you’re off from school

Who invented the popsicle? Why is ketchup so hard to pour? Is binge watching bad for you? Now is the perfect time to explore the questions that spark your creativity. Here are 5 more ways to stay inspired: 1. Design your [...]