I found a few cool education-related video sources on a random web surfing expedition. Thought others might like to check them out as well.
First, I was checking out Flipgrid, which I am still trying to figure out, and that led me to Wonderopolis https://www.wonderopolis.org/ which has a plethora of question prompts and activities that could be great for some library programs. Topics like: What is a doppelganger? Can you count the hairs on your head? What is a dystopia? and Can dogs talk? I mean who doesn’t want to know the answers to those questions?! I think I could incorporate some of these wonderings into programs we hold for teens and kids. The activity I checked out was Who was James Baldwin? Who Was James Baldwin? | Wonderopolis
Secondly, Wonderopolis led me to the TED-Ed video channel on YouTube. Lots of great little videos. The first one I watched was like a live version of a graphic novel called "Notes of a native son: The world according to James Baldwin. It was really good. Then I found they have a whole collection of good videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsooa4yRKGN_zEE8iknghZA
Please share any cool finds you come up with. I am always looking for new resources to supplement my programming ideas.