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### Math 10 - Yordan Petrov Petrov(Dancho)

3 to 12
Math10 contains math resources for primary and secondary math students and teachers. Choose from categories such as Problem Solver, Adding and Subtracting Up to 100, Math Tests, Math...more
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Math10 contains math resources for primary and secondary math students and teachers. Choose from categories such as Problem Solver, Adding and Subtracting Up to 100, Math Tests, Math History, and more. The topics of math problems vary from primary grade topics up through post-secondary. Search the topics on the left toolbar. The Math History portion is an in-depth look at math throughout the ages including classical Greek geometry through the origins of calculus. Games are divided into categories beginning with addition games through coordinates and equations. Be sure to check out the problem of the week for a new activity weekly.

tag(s): division (159), equations (148), exponents (42), fractions (225), logic (234), mixed numbers (14), multiplication (210), operations (122), polynomials (30), probability (130), problem solving (286), pythagorean theorem (32), sequences (15), square roots (22)

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Share portions of the site as needed on your interactive whiteboard. Use the Problem Solver applications to demonstrate and share any problems you want to work out as a class. Have students use the Problem Solver and then write a journal entry describing the steps used in solving the problem. Assign different portions of the Math History section of the site to students to use when learning math history or as a backdrop to put concepts into context. Share this site on your website or blog as a resource for students to use at home. Use discussion topics from the site's forum in your classroom. An example would be to discuss the topic if math is the most boring or difficult subject and why.

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### Scrumy - Robert Brend, Mike O'Malley, Dan Kordi

4 to 12

Scrumy is an easy to use project management or planning tool. Create a project by adding the name you want to the Scrumy URL. Or have Scrumy name your project ...more
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Scrumy is an easy to use project management or planning tool. Create a project by adding the name you want to the Scrumy URL. Or have Scrumy name your project for you by clicking on the "New Free Project" button. Once your page opens, a prompt guides you to click on "Create a Story." A story is really a grouping of tasks. It's a category or goal that you can split into multiple tasks. Prompts guide you through setting up the rest of your tasks. You can assign tasks to different people. The color coding allows you to quickly see who is doing what. There are To Do, In Progress, Verify, and Done columns to work with. Once you've learned the steps, you can hide the tutorial. If you need assistance, there is lots of help on their About page. If you don't see what you need there, their email support is almost instantaneous!

tag(s): organizational skills (128)

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Are you responsible for multiple tasks at school over and above teaching? This program will help you stay organized. Teach project planning and sequencing tasks. Have students use this for planning "how-to" demonstration speeches, or students with IEPs can work toward goals with intermediate steps listed on Scrumy. Your gifted-but-disorganized students would benefit from trying this tool. You might even want to model and use it with an entire class during major projects to teach time management. When your students are working in small groups on research projects, presentations, and even literature circles, this would be a great program for them to stay organized. All you have to do is share the URL for others to see, move, create, and change tasks.

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### SunnyKids Playground - Jen - My Sunny Corner

K to 2

Explore SunnyKids Playground for some great resources for young students. It was created by a parent for her now-grown child but has been kept alive for the enjoyment of others. ...more
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Explore SunnyKids Playground for some great resources for young students. It was created by a parent for her now-grown child but has been kept alive for the enjoyment of others. Categories of the site include fun and games, word puzzles, the music room, story time, and more. Explore the Fun and Games section to find "Crack the Code" and "Guess Me" games. Find classic children's songs in QuickTime format in the music room. (Be sure to test on your own computer to be sure you have the plugins to make them play before announcing the song to young ones!) Visit Story Time for printable stories, hear an audio story, fix a story, or to produce a silly story maker. Many of the games/interactives require Java. Some of the audio books ONLY work on Internet Explorer.

tag(s): holidays (151), logic (234), parts of speech (66), preK (293), puzzles (202), songs (53), stories and storytelling (33)

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Test the site on your classroom computers to be sure you have the right plug-ins. Create links on classroom computers for students to complete word puzzles, listen to children's music, or create their own silly story. Print each silly story created by students and make a class book for students to enjoy over and over. After creating a story, have older students exchange with a partner, identifying nouns, verbs, and adjectives found in their partner's creation. Share this site with parents through your classroom newsletter or website for students to enjoy at home.

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### Guided Math - Mary Mueller

K to 5

The Guided Math blog contains resources, games, and ideas for implementing Guided Math in the elementary classroom. This blog was created by an experienced teacher implementing Guided...more
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The Guided Math blog contains resources, games, and ideas for implementing Guided Math in the elementary classroom. This blog was created by an experienced teacher implementing Guided Math in a multi-age classroom so many items are a result of that need. The Getting Started section contains practical step-by-step information for setting up Guided Math. The Stations portion of the site describes a schedule and rotation plans for groups and centers. Another portion of the site contains math games and card games to be used at centers. If you are in a multi-age setting (or simply have a wide range of skill levels in your classroom), be sure to check out that portion of the blog for suggestions on getting started and daily scheduling.

tag(s): addition (223), classroom management (155), decimals (124), differentiation (48), division (159), fractions (225), measurement (164), multiplication (210), number sense (96), numbers (194), place value (52), subtraction (184)

#### In the Classroom

Bookmark and save this site for use when implementing math centers or guided math activities. This site offers many ideas for math games, use these as a resource for your classroom. Modify activities as needed for your own use. Differentiate for multiple skill levels using the management tips shared here. Looking for specific content ideas? Choose from the Quick Clicks on the right side of the page to find ideas that have been posted on the blog.

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### CPalms - Standards Based Resource Information - Florida Department of Education

K to 12

Search and find standards based resources in every subject and grade levels. Many are aligned to Florida standards, some also to Common Core. Recently added resources appear on the...more
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Search and find standards based resources in every subject and grade levels. Many are aligned to Florida standards, some also to Common Core. Recently added resources appear on the home page. In addition, there are several search options available. Browse by subject area then narrow choices using drop boxes for grade level, and instructional components. Also choose from a keyword search to find specific topics and phrases. Choose all resources to view the list of over 1800 resources available. Short explanations include basic information; click on the link to view a full description.

tag(s): florida (11), professional development (162)

#### In the Classroom

Bookmark and save this site for use throughout the school year when searching for resources for any topic. Share with other staff members as a teaching resource.

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### Asset MathActive for Grades 9-12 - Eight Educational Outreach Arizona State University

8 to 12

These flash animated modules contain lessons and activities addressing geometry performance objectives. Choose from well over 60 activities, including many in Spanish and Navajo voice....more
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These flash animated modules contain lessons and activities addressing geometry performance objectives. Choose from well over 60 activities, including many in Spanish and Navajo voice. Sample topics include: The Volume of Spheres, Surface Area of Pyramids, Special Right Triangle - Bumblers, and 60+ others. Read a short description of each activity before choosing a link. Each activity also includes a teacher's guide in PDF format containing Arizona standards addressed, objectives, overview, modeling instructions, assessment, and more. Activities have easy to follow directions and many contain additional extension activities as well as questions for exploration.

tag(s): area (71), charts and graphs (192), coordinates (31), equations (148), perimeter (31), pythagorean theorem (32), transformations (17), volume (49)

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Share activities on your interactive whiteboard (or projector) to complete as a class or allow students to explore on their own. Share this site with parents and students through your classroom website or newsletter as a resource for math practice at home.

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### K-12 Mathematics Vocabulary - Granite Schools, Salt Lake City Utah

K to 12

Check out these materials and resources for teaching math vocabulary aligned to Common Core Standards and compiled by a Utah school district. Categories include vocabulary cards, presentation...more
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Check out these materials and resources for teaching math vocabulary aligned to Common Core Standards and compiled by a Utah school district. Categories include vocabulary cards, presentation materials, templates, and activities and lessons. Print vocabulary cards for each grade level up to 7th grade and also a word list for secondary students. Lists are in PDF format and include a short explanation and words in alphabetical order, ready to use on a word wall or as flash cards. Don't miss the Presentation Materials section with many professional development ideas.

tag(s): professional development (162), vocabulary (323)

#### In the Classroom

Presentation materials on this site would be excellent to use when sharing ideas for teaching vocabulary skills with fellow teachers. Bookmark and share this site as a resource for math vocabulary teaching materials for use on word walls, flashcards, lessons, and more. Print out key vocabulary words for your students to learn. Or simply put the URL for a specific list or section on your website for students to access both in and out of the classroom.

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### Quietube - STML

K to 12

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tag(s): classroom management (155), safety (92), video (278)

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Share "distraction-free" videos on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Share the URL for the clearer video on your class website or in assignments. Removing the comments and advertisements can make for a much better viewing experience. This is especially true of your ADD, autistic, unfocused gifted, or other special needs students. Less distraction = better learning experience for all.

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### Reframe it - Reframe it

8 to 12

Use this browser add-on to comment anywhere on the web. Reframe It is a Firefox and Internet Explorer extension. Make specific comments next to the text or images of any ...more
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tag(s): browser (5), writing prompts (93)

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### Stripgenerator - Stripgenerator

4 to 12

Create simple and easy cartoon strips. Add frames, characters, balloons for speech text, and other items. The drag and drop interface makes it easy to create a comic strip. Share ...more
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Create simple and easy cartoon strips. Add frames, characters, balloons for speech text, and other items. The drag and drop interface makes it easy to create a comic strip. Share by url or embedding into your wiki, blog, or site. You can create a comic strip as a guest but must register to be able to save. If you plan to share this site with students, you must preview. There are unmoderated "latest" comics on the home page.

tag(s): comics and cartoons (65), emotions (36)

#### In the Classroom

Because of the public content, be SURE to tell students to go directly to the creation tools (and not to explore the public strips). If you cannot monitor/trust individuals, use a whole class account and have one group at a time work where you can monitor. Instead of writing boring summaries, why not assign a rotating scribe to summarize class through a comic strip. Make a class wiki collection of the comics created throughout the year. Use comics to show sequencing of events. When studying about characterization, create dialog to show (not tell) about a character. Another idea - why not use the comic strips for conflict resolution or other guidance issues (such as bullying). Emotional support and autistic support teachers can work with students to create strips about appropriate interpersonal responses and/or feelings. Sometimes it is easier for students to write it down (or create pictures) than use the actual words. World language and ESL/ELL teachers can assign students to create dialog strips as an alternate to traditional written assessments.

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### Mind Maple Mind Mapping Software - MindMaple Inc

4 to 12

Download this EASY, FREE mind-mapping tool available in iOS or Windows ("lite") versions. No Mac version is available. Begin with the "central idea" box to start growing ideas. Create...more
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tag(s): concept mapping (21), graphic organizers (43), mind map (24), timelines (64)

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Have student groups create presentations on MindMaple. The subtopics can serve as talking points when it is their turn to talk. Have students begin projects by making an outline with MindMaple and sharing it with the teacher. As a whole class, create a MindMaple at the beginning of the unit showing what the class knows. Add information to the MindMaple throughout the unit. Create lesson plans on MindMaple by outlining the lessons with the order of topics, links, and the documents that you will be using. Take notes about lessons/units using MindMaple. Pass the mind map to the class as a visual guide and summary of what you have taught including visuals, documents, and links. Share completed maps with learning support teachers and parents to help struggling students. Ask students to create a mind map of a book or a chapter. Outline characters, setting, and events taking place in stories. Use MindMaple to create a graphic organizer/timeline of important historical events.

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### Three Ring - Michael Lindsay, Steve Silvius and Alec Turnbill

K to 12

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tag(s): assessment (109), DAT device agnostic tool (174), organizational skills (128), portfolios (33)

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Upload student work throughout the year and share with parents and/or students during conferences. Instead of creating an account for teacher use only, teach students to upload their own work. Be sure to assign specific tags by assignment, student, and/or standard. Use this to show finished projects or to demonstrate changes in a project from start to finish. Upload examples of finished work to share with students before beginning a project to set expectations for completed products. Create a link on your class website to share projects and information. Students can also take ownership of their own portfolios that show progress and products across several years.

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### Teacher Invaders Game Generator - Andrew Field

1 to 8

Create a Flash-based interactive game in a "flash." The free software is Windows only. Teacher Invaders, from the makers of the popular Fling the Teacher game, is based on the ...more
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tag(s): vocabulary (323), vocabulary development (128)

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Create games for any subject for review before testing or practice throughout the year. Share your educational games on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Assign games for homework or use on classroom computers as centers. If possible, allow cooperative learning groups to create their own educational review games to share with the class. Learning support or ELL teachers could work together with small groups to create games, reinforcing learning both in making and playing the games.

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### Grade 3-4 Math Skills - Oswego City School District

K to 5

This site provides useful information about the New York State Math Grade 4 Test. There is information for teachers, parents, and students. Content is applicable to many different curriculums....more
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This site provides useful information about the New York State Math Grade 4 Test. There is information for teachers, parents, and students. Content is applicable to many different curriculums. Each key concept has activities and resources developed for each grade PreK-4 and divided into lessons, practice, interactive, teacher resource, and literature connection. The index for each level is a great starting point for exploration. This contains a list of resources labeled by type. For example, the 4th grade resources include an excellent number lesson for comparing whole numbers for use on your interactive whiteboard (or projector). Search for any topic using the search bar on the site using keywords and grade levels. This is a great resource to bookmark and explore throughout the year.

tag(s): addition (223), charts and graphs (192), data (150), division (159), fractions (225), geometric shapes (169), measurement (164), money (181), multiplication (210), place value (52), problem solving (286), subtraction (184), variables (21)

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Bookmark this site and explore as you begin new units throughout the year. Search by grade level and content to find lessons, practice items, and more specific to your needs. Share the link to activities for students to practice at home for homework, test review, or end of year practice.

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### TweetChat - tweetchat.com

5 to 12

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tag(s): chat (54), microblogging (40), twitter (44)

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If your school permits student Twitter accounts, use TweetChat on laptops during a video or student presentations. Pose questions for all to answer/discuss using an assigned hashtag. Ask students to pose their own "I wonder if..." questions as they watch and listen. Keep every student engaged and THINKING as an active listener. The first time you use TweetChat, you will want to establish some etiquette and accountability rules, such as respectful language and constructive criticism. Assign students to watch a news program or political show and have a chat during the broadcast. Revisit the chat on a projector in class the next day or post the chat transcript to a class blog or wiki and have students respond further in blog posts or on the wiki discussion tab. The advantage of backchannel chat is that every student has a voice, no matter how shy.

Use Tweetchat to collaborate with other classrooms or teachers at a distance. Use a whole class Twitter account to contribute to a regular chat. Professionally, teachers can join subject or grade level specific Tweetchats that happen in real time. See the Twitter Chat Schedule, reviewed here or Educational hashtags listings here to find real time groups you can join using Tweetchat.

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### SpeakPipe - Speakpipe.com

K to 12

SpeakPipe offers a widget to install on your blog or website so readers can send you an audio message of up to five minutes in length. The message goes to ...more
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SpeakPipe offers a widget to install on your blog or website so readers can send you an audio message of up to five minutes in length. The message goes to your Speakpipe inbox, and you receive an email notification. You also receive a url for the message that you could post on the blog so others can hear the comments. Visitors click the "leave voicemail" button to access. Next, the visitor records a message for you. Users have the option of including their names and email addresses.

tag(s): blogs (86), communication (7)

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### SimpleMeet.Me - Irian Solutions

4 to 12

SimpleMeet.Me is a free service to quickly create an online chat room and invite others. That code appearing when you open SimpleMeet.me is the code that you can give to ...more
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SimpleMeet.Me is a free service to quickly create an online chat room and invite others. That code appearing when you open SimpleMeet.me is the code that you can give to anyone you want to join your chat. They simply enter that code to join. Registration is not required to use SimpleMeet.me.

tag(s): chat (54), social networking (113)

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Use this site to connect to other classes to open up conferencing between your students in one convenient place. Safety is not a concern with this site, since only those with your unique code can participate in a chat. Chat sessions are not saved. (You can copy/paste the content into a document before closing to save an offline copy.) Use this site for a means to connect to any classroom you choose for any subject area. Connect to learn about other locations, learn various perspectives, find animals that are similar yet different, learn about the different books others are reading, survey students on various economic, political, or environmental topics. Be sure to plan content ahead of time, so students have the opportunity to think through the material and formulate a response. Discuss appropriate ways to communicate to others prior to connecting with another classroom. Use SimpleMeet.me as a place for students to brainstorm and share ideas about a topic. Use as a simple help forum for students to ask questions of each other and of you. Share your unique code with parents once a month for a question and answer session at a scheduled time.

Use backchannel chat on laptops during a video or student presentations. Pose questions for all to answer/discuss in the backchannel, or ask students to pose their own "I wonder if..." questions as they watch and listen. Keep every student engaged and THINKING as an active listener. The first time you use backchannel, you will want to establish some etiquette and accountability rules. The advantage of backchannel chat is that every student has a voice, no matter how shy. In world language classes or even autistic support class, have students using new language vocabulary in backchannel descriptions of what they see while classmates act out a scene from a video, or describing the feelings of the actors. In studying literature, collaborate with another class to have students role-play a chat between two characters or in history class for conversations between soldiers on two sides of the Civil War or different sides of the Scopes Monkey trial.

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### Snapguide - Heavy Bits

2 to 12

Looking for an easy to use "how to" guide? You must visit Snapguide! Find various topics: Sports & Fitness, Technology, Cooking, Music, Arts & Crafts, Gardening, and countless others....more
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Looking for an easy to use "how to" guide? You must visit Snapguide! Find various topics: Sports & Fitness, Technology, Cooking, Music, Arts & Crafts, Gardening, and countless others. You can view all of the content of this site without joining. Create your own "how to" guide on any topic. It's a "snap" to create the directions with pictures. Use your computer or iOS device to create a guide. Download the app onto your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to create a guide for explaining anything! Each page contains a picture and text to explain the parts for your guide.

tag(s): computers (100), crafts (43), directions (18), fitness (49), photography (158), sequencing (30), speeches (18)

#### In the Classroom

Share the ready-made snapguides in various classes: family and consumer science, music, art, photography, science, computer, and more! Create your own snapguides to share with your class on any subject matter. ESL/ELL and other special needs students will learn better seeing the photos along with the instructions. Use Snapguide to explain a lesson or a project that has multiple directions. Use Snapguide for directions for parents. Create a snapguide for your students when leaving plans for a substitute teacher. Students can also create their own snapguides to use as presentations and even for sequencing practice. These re the perfect prompts for writing and giving informative, how-to speeches. Students can explore the guides available and follow directions or even evaluate their effectiveness. Have cooperative learning groups create their own snapguides to share a new topic with the class. Encourage students to use Snapguide to illustrate their math solutions, discuss the completion and science behind a lab experiment, or show cause and effect.

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### Vozme - Festival Speech Synthesis System Centre for Speech Technology

K to 12

Change text into speech in your email messages, in your browser, website, or Wordpress blog. VozMe is free and easy. Save as an MP3 file and expand your possibilities. Languages ...more
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Change text into speech in your email messages, in your browser, website, or Wordpress blog. VozMe is free and easy. Save as an MP3 file and expand your possibilities. Languages include Spanish, Italian, Catalan, Hindi, and Apache. You can also choose a male or female voice.

tag(s): text to speech (18)

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### TED-Ed Lessons Worth Sharing - Ted.com

6 to 12

Find videos recorded by professional educators. These are not just the humdrum lecture type videos you might expect. These are dynamic speakers, energized by their desire to share what...more
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tag(s): business (58), design (94), literature (272), psychology (66), religions (68), video (278)

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Choose a video or create your own videos for students to use for review. After students view a video that has the questions, show one that doesn't, and have students generate questions for it. Assign videos for students to view at home or in the computer lab. Use them as a springboard for engaging writing prompts or to spark a discussion connected with a unit of study. Challenge students to do a compare/contrast activity using an online Venn Diagram tool reviewed here. Most of the videos are less than twenty minutes, which makes it realistic to use them in a one-period class lesson.

Show a video or two with your class and discuss the set up of the lesson. Discuss the difference between basic comprehension questions and open-ended questions. Show your students an inspirational video or two from TED reviewed here. As a class, pick out eight or ten of the TED videos and allow students to sign up to work on one of the videos. Have cooperative learning groups develop a TED Ed video lesson. You will need to proofread all work using a word processor, before allowing students to upload their questions on TED Ed.