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The amazingness of atoms. (I edited this headline to demo TED-Ed's flexibility)

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We all know atoms are tiny.  But this animated lesson does a fabulous job of reminding just how bizarre the mircoscopic world is. I love Jon Bergmann's passion.  And the inventiveness of Andrew Park's animation is a true joy to behold.  Although the film is aimed at high-school aged kids, curious souls of any age will get something from it.

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Jon Bergmann, the teacher in this video wrote this early piece on "Flipped Learning"        And you could also watch this classic TED Talk on education reform by Salman Khan. 
Try flipping a video yourself.  It's addictive! 
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