Given students’ easy access to videos and digital resources via mobile devices and computers, it makes sense that educators would incorporate such tools into their instruction.
With a wealth of resources online, educators can find content that meets students where they’re comfortable learning, with interactive and engaging presentation.
TED-Ed lessons are among these resources that help students learn while engaging them in the subject matter.
Educators can build lessons around any TED-Ed Original, TED Talk or YouTube video through Ted-Ed. Once they locate the video they wish to use, they next use the TED-Ed Lesson editor to add questions, discussion prompts and additional resources. When the lesson is published, educators can monitor their progress and submitted work.
TED-Ed’s public lessons library offers customizable existing lessons for educators to use, as well.
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