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TED-Ed 2h
What would life be like as a Mongolian queen?
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TED-Ed 20h
What too few textbooks tell you about the Atlantic Slave Trade -- a look at the global scale and lasting legacy of this massive historical injustice:
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TED-Ed 23h
Graphs can help us intuitively grasp complex data, but it has become easier and easier for them to be used in a careless or dishonest way. Here are some ways to spot a misleading graph:
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TED-Ed Jan 15
Are you afraid of black cats? Would you open an umbrella indoors? How do you feel about the number 13? Where did these superstitions come from?
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TED-Ed Jan 15
Congratulations to the 2019 State Teachers of the Year!
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TED-Ed Jan 15
How one Byzantine princess became an iconic medieval historian:
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TED-Ed Jan 15
If Zeus gave you a box and told you never to open it, would you be able to resist? The myth of Pandora's box:
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TED-Ed Jan 14
The most common excuse for why people don't exercise? "No time." Here's how to get started with four minutes of activity:
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TED-Ed Jan 14
How can a house made of ice keep you warm?
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TED-Ed Jan 14
What exactly is electroconvulsive therapy and why is it so stigmatized?
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TED-Ed Jan 13
When you're running away from a bear in your dream, are you actually practicing escaping bears?
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TED-Ed Jan 13
“Imagine if we can find brainwave patterns when people think about images or even letters… Could a computer one day communicate for people who can't speak?”
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TED-Ed Jan 12
Romantic chemistry is all about warm, gooey feelings that gush from the deepest depths of the heart… right? Not quite:
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TED-Ed Jan 12
The most successful pirate of all time commanded 1,800 vessels, made enemies of several empires, and still lived to old age:
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TED-Ed Jan 11
Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale" has captured readers' imaginations since its publication in 1985. How does this book maintain such staying power?
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TED-Ed Jan 11
Student voices are at the heart of TED-Ed's mission, and these innovative, inspired and impassioned Talks remind us how important it is to create a world where every student has space to share their best and most brilliant ideas:
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TED-Ed Jan 10
Did you know that you are crying right now? Get to know the three different types of tears:
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TED-Ed Jan 10
Human impact is so profound, most scientists believe humanity has left a permanent mark on Earth’s geological record. So what would happen if suddenly, every human on Earth disappeared?
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TED-Ed Jan 10
Can you figure out how to avert this hare-raising catastrophe?
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TED-Ed Jan 9
Does math make you anxious? You're not alone:
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