Serve up Some YouTube EDU This Summer


The lazy days of summer are upon us, and as fourth of July approaches, that means only one thing for students: school’s out! While the much-discussed summer slide teachers and parents worry students will experience may very well be a Continue reading

Instructional Video Platform for Spanish Speakers, TareasPlus, Launches New Educational Exchange

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How long does it take a student to learn how to multiply fractions, solve quadratic equations or balance chemical reactions? Well, that varies from student to student, and while it may take one student 10 minutes to master a Die Continue reading

Encouraging Digital Storytelling with Meograph

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Meograph is a digital storytelling tool that we just very recently heard teachers are using in their classroom to create more interactive lesson materials. Students are also using Meograph to create their own interactive videos that combine video, audio, picture, Continue reading

Knowmia: Connecting Students With Great Teachers


In school, there’s nothing more frustrating than sitting in class and trying to understand a teacher’s explanation of a concept that simply isn’t clicking. Whether it’s elementary school, high school, or college, that feeling of frustration is what causes many Continue reading

“Writers Speak to Kids,” Video Collection Launched by NBC

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This fall, NBC Learn, the educational arm of NBC News, launched a special collection of videos called “Writers Speak to Kids.” In this series, popular children’s book authors share their writing experience to help students learn more about the craft Continue reading

TED-Ed Allows Teachers to Customize Learning Content Around TED Videos


The last time we talked about TED-Ed here at Technapex, they had just launched their YouTube channel so curated TED videos would be freely accessible to YouTube’s large audience. Yesterday, TED-Ed announced their  new website,, where teachers can better Continue reading