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Antibiotic resistance and particle physics: Burlington High School’s TED-Ed Club blinds us with scienceAntibiotic resistance and particle physics: Burlington High School’s TED-Ed Club blinds us with science

Posted By Emilie Soffe

“Using a powerful particle gun, we would shoot small pieces of matter through the force field and into the antimatter to make small, controlled bursts of energy –which we could then harness and put into batteries.” This quote reads like a line of dialogue from a science fiction movie. But the (exponentially more exciting) truth […]

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TED-Ed Clubs: What people are saying in the TwitterverseTED-Ed Clubs: What people are saying in the Twitterverse

Posted By Emilie Soffe

In the nearly two weeks since the launch of TED-Ed Clubs, almost 700 educators in 50+ countries have completed applications in the hopes of bringing the program into their classrooms. Meanwhile, TED-Ed’s Twitter feed saw a flurry of excitement as educators and students took to their keyboards to share their thoughts. Here, a look at what […]

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9 brilliant ideas from TED-Ed Club members, from infinity to a mood app9 brilliant ideas from TED-Ed Club members, from infinity to a mood app

Posted By Kate Torgovnick May

TED-Ed Clubs give students the opportunity to research, write and present a TED-style talk about an idea they just can’t get out of their head. Over the course of a flexible 13-meeting program, students narrow in on an idea and learn how to communicate it in the most effective way possible. For some students, inspiration for their talk will come […]