10 Most Popular TED Ed Lessons for Teachers

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January , 2017
TED Ed is one of our favourite video resources we have been recommending to teachers and educators over the last few years. The great thing about this platform is that it provides video lessons submitted by teachers and animated by professional animators.TED Ed videos are less than 10 minutes long and are ideal to include with students in class. More importantly, TED Ed enables teachers to create their own interactive lessons and share it with others. the process is very simple and we have already covered it in a previous post: just find a video you want to use in your lesson, then add interactive materials to it (e.g questions, discussion prompts..etc) and when you are done share it with your class and track its progress.

In today’s post we are sharing with you the top 10 popular TED Ed lessons (as sorted by their page views). Whether you are looking for some inspiration, some challenging thoughts, or you simply want to learn the elements that go into a successful video lessons, the collection below is definitely worth checking.

10 Most Popular TED Ed Lessons for Teachers

1- Most Shocking Second a Day Video

2- I Forgot My Phone

3- Stanford University Commencement 2005 - Steve Jobs

4- What If Everyone Jumped at the Same Time?

5- How to make magnetic slime

6- Proof of Evolution That You Can Find on Your Body

7- To This Day Project - Shane Koyczan

8- The World's Roundest Object (and Why it Exists)

9- Which came first: the chicken or the egg?

10- The surprising truth about what motivates us