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Podcasts for Every Subject: Science!
The first segment in Education World’s “Podcasts for Every Subject” series, this roundup highlights some of the best science podcasts the Internet has to offer.
“We Didn't Start the Fire” History
This video from Youtube’s Mr. Allsop takes Billy Joel’s hit song “We Didn't Start the Fire” and uses images to provide historical context.
At the Barnstable County Fair Wildlife Show
The International Fund for Animal Welfare recorded this footage of the 2013 Barnstable County Fair wildlife show and added context to educate viewers about a common form of animal cruelty.
Teacher Foot Care Tips
Organized Classroom blogger Charity Preston helps educators who are on their feet all day.
Focus Human Rights
The first part of Edeo’s “Focus Human Rights” series discusses both civil and political rights, and covers human rights violations throughout history.
This educational video from tunes2teach goes over writing style to the tune of PSY’s “Gangnam Style,” and features performances from talented students!
America - Malcolm Voltaire of Southern Word
Southern Word helps youth develop literacy and performance skills. In the piece “America,” poet Malcolm Voltaire explores the nature of Western society.
Great Life Lessons from Famous Teachers
In this fun tribute video, the folks at HooplaHa compiled the best life lessons from well-known fictional teachers.
Snakes Are Born This Way
From Expeditionary Learning, this fun video shows the best of project-based learning with one class’ version of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.”
Discover the EdWorld Exchange
This entertaining video highlights the EdWorld Exchange, our online marketplace where you can buy and sell original lesson plans, worksheets, PowerPoints, tests, quizzes and more.