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Most people may not know that Bloggingheads.tv, which was founded in 2005, was the first website devoted to split-screen video dialogues about politics and ideas. Founded by journalist Robert Wright (author of such classic philosophical works as The Moral Animal: Why We Are the Way We Are and Nonzero: The Logic of Human Destiny), the site has a knack for drawing together brilliant minds for...

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View Resource TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing Screenshot

TED-Ed is a multifaceted educational platform based on the knowledge-proliferating philosophies of TED, the organization made famous by its renowned TED talks. To take full advantage of TED-Ed, educators will first want to explore the existing Lessons, of which there are thousands. A drop down menu reveals a dozen subjects, including The Arts, Business & Economics, Health, Mathematics, and...

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View Resource Modules: Free Ag Energy Curriculum for Teachers Screenshot

For educators looking for an entire curriculum about agricultural use of energy, or for anyone interested in the way agricultural scientists are currently thinking about the uses and conservation of energy resources, this curriculum of 15 modules will be a true boon. Readers may download the modules individually or choose to download the entire curriculum simultaneously. Readers may first browse...

http://agenergyia.org/modules/
View Resource PBS Learning Media: Teen Maps Contaminants from a Coal Plant Screenshot

This PBS Learning Media presentation is an excellent resource for teachers working with students in grades six through 12, or for anyone who is working with middle and high school students and would like to inspire them to take an active role in their communities. Readers may like to start by watching the three-minute video about Marisol, a young community activist who is working to raise...

http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/envh10.health.coalm...
View Resource PLOS: Computational Biology Screenshot

The online journal PLOS: Computational Biology seeks to make "connections through the application of computational methods among disparate areas of biology," thereby providing "substantial new insight into living systems at all scales, from the nano to the macro, and across multiple disciplines, from molecular science, neuroscience and physiology to ecology and population biology." With an...

http://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/

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