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A message to recent graduates - find your purpose:

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Announcing the 2015 White House Student Film Festival! Check it out here:

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Explore the great barrier reef over memorial day weekend!

Google Streetview Underwater! (GREAT BARRIER REEF) - Smarter Every Day 114

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In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week +SoulPancake teamed up with +Edutopia . Check out the video here!

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Alltime10s is exceptionally popular with YouTube viewers, and for good reason - their channel provides informative Top 10 lists on a wide, wide range of topics.  Head over to their channel to check out everything from the Top 10 Man Made Wonders to the Top 10 Chinese Inventions.  Check out this one, which highlights the Top 10 Biggest Empires in History.

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Where is sugar hiding? Learn about it in this lesson from TED-Ed.

"While sugar is easy to spot in candy, soft drinks and ice cream, it also hides out in foods you might not expect -- including peanut butter, pasta sauce and even bologna! Robert Lustig decodes confusing labels and sugar's many aliases to help determine just how much of that sweet carbohydrate makes its way into our diets."

Sugar: Hiding in plain sight - Robert Lustig

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Learn about Your warped perception of time from /braincraftvideo
(scientifically known as the Time Dilation Effect)

Your Warped Perception of Time


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Watch the King of Random make glowing mud - from a potato! Cool science experiment for Spring Break.

How To Make Magic Mud - From a Potato!

+Grant Thompson - "The King of Random" 

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BlinkPopShift and PhilosophyTube released a two part intercontinental collab today. Check it out!

Emily at BlinkPopShift will tell you whether making something harder to watch makes it better:

And PhilosophyTube responds explaining a YT video format:


The YouTube EDU channel, Thug Notes, is helping kids learn to love literature. Now it's time to measure that impact. If you are a high school English teacher willing to bring Thug Notes into the classroom, here's the link to sign up for the research project and their channel!
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