The fine folks at TED recently published a list of the 10 most popular TED-Ed videos, which range from topics such as plankton, atoms, Shakespeare and complex cell theory. These videos are spectacular demonstrations of educators across the globe sharing the expertise with the world. In essence, they are flipped videos for the general public!

I would highly encourage you to explore these fantastic, educational videos and share them with your students. My favorite one, by far, is Insults by Shakespeare, which uses Shakespeare’s many hilarious insults to explicate his prowess of the English language. Check it out below:


If you don’t know what TED-Ed is, you can find more here, or watch the video below:


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