TED-ED LESSONS “Lessons Worth Sharing” Making it easier to “Dig Deeper”, update content, and remember our lessons!
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT? HOW CAN TED-ED HELP YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS?
TED-ED LESSONS • Teachers can create or customize a current Ted-Ed lesson based off of a YouTube or Ted talk • Helps you remember, update, and customize the questions • Encourages the students to go beyond the video content • Exceptional online homework or flipped classroom strategy so class time can be spent on inquiry and experiences with the content • Students could create lessons on a class account to share a principle or as a jumping ground from their own produced videos • Used as a review before SAGE or at the end of a unit • Great option to incorporate a variety of text formats • An introduction to the unit as an attention grabber/background information
Animated Video Expand sections
LET’S SIGN UP! GO TO ED.TED.COM - You can use your existing TED account or create a new account
TED-ED OPTIONS FLIP A LESSON OR CREATE A NEW ONE
TED-ED LESSONS • Teachers can create or customize a current Ted-Ed lesson based off of a YouTube or Ted talk • Add questions, a section to dig deeper, and an online conversation/discussion • Lessons can be shared • The best original lessons, with the most shares are animated, narrated, and re-filmed
CRITERIA: • Use a YouTube video that you usually share with your students • Create 3-5 questions for your students to answer • Add 3-5 websites, activities, text, simulations, or animations • For a discussion post, make the situation or content tie in with one of the NGSS Cross Cutting Concepts: • Patterns • Cause and Effect • Scale, proportion, and quantity • Systems and system models • Energy and matter • Structure and function • Stability and change • Share your link and title with other participants here: padlet.com/wall/tededlessons HERE’S A GREAT EXAMPLE!