Take project-based learning to the next level with “projects worth sharing”

BIO Shameka Williams is the academic coordinator for Horizons at Georgia Tech, and a project-based learning coach at Charles R. Drew Charter School in Atlanta, Georgia. As a TED-Ed Innovative Educator, Shameka is frequently sought out for her innovative classroom solutions [...]

“We live with the legacy of slavery”

Public-interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson delivered the remarks below at TED2016, following a talk by architect Michael Murphy (TED Talk: Architecture that’s built to heal), who is designing The Memorial to Peace and Justice. The memorial is scheduled to open in spring 2018. [...]

TED-Ed is on Patreon!

TED-Ed is thrilled to announce the launch of our new crowdfunding page on Patreon! With your support, our small nonprofit team will be able to reach more students, teachers and lifelong learners than ever before. Learn more below, and pledge your [...]

A STEM competition that connects urban planners with next-generation thinkers: students!

BIO Natalie Coleman is a TED-Ed Innovative Educator, a US military veteran, and a K-8 administrator in Illinois. As the Science and Social Science Coordinator for Joliet Public Schools District 86, Natalie enjoys training teachers in best practices for 21st-century [...]

5 TED-Ed Lessons about water

Access to clean drinking water is a fundamental human right. But just why is it so important? To learn all about water and how it affects the human body, watch this playlist of original animated videos, curated just for you. [...]

Anima Mundi TED-Ed Animation Workshop: Write a ‘note to self’ and animate it

The International Animation Festival of Brazil, Anima Mundi, takes place every year in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. In the 25 years since it was created by four Brazilian animators, Anima Mundi has exhibited more than 9,000 films from [...]