Archive for month: April, 2015

How do you use TED-Ed to teach science? One educator’s tips.

Nola-rae Cronan is the Dean of Students at the Cranbrook Kingswood Middle School for Girls in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. When she’s not teaching science and health at Cranbrook, she curates the school’s TEDxWomen events. Her idea worth spreading? “Unless we, individually, are [...]

TED2015 Skype in the Classroom with Dan Pallotta

One major theme emerging at TED2015 is the power of connection to create a true and daring future. Whether it’s the link between Mars exploration and microbes, or the launch of a new StoryCorps app (illustrated by TED-Ed animators), this [...]

TEDActive 2015 TED-Ed Workshop: Educators, translators — and great ideas

TED-Ed is TED’s education initiative. Our mission is to amplify the voices and ideas of teachers and students. One way we do that is by exploring new ideas with teachers at the annual TED-Ed workshop at TEDActive.