TED-Ed video explaining sex determination systems across different animal groups. Animation by Candy Kugel. Written and voiced by Aaron Reedy.
Get a window into Aaron Reedy's classroom through this clip from the broadcast of the Golden Apple Awards on PBS affiliate, WTTW Chicago.
Reedy argues in Scientific American why teachers and scientists should work together for better science education.
At TEDActive 2013, a few teachers from the United States offer some tricks of the trade they've learned (and continue to hone) along the way. Reedy argues that teachers should reach out to scientists even if it is seen as subversive in today's school climate.
Reedy makes the case for teacher scientists in the classroom while speaking at TEDxSMU about how his 1,000 mile kayak expedition changed his views on science education.
"Aaron Reedy" epitomizes a "star teacher" - interactive, innovative and inspirational". An interview with CIW.
Aaron Reedy takes us on a quick tour of evolution and natural selection from the stage at TED. But what's more interesting than what we know, he adds, and the question that all curious students ask him: How do we know all this?
National Geographic online coverage of the somewhat surprising result that, by some measures, females are actually more aggressive than males in a species known for male aggression.