Helping Educators Curb Profanity in Clips

In classrooms, many educators want to create fun and inclusive classroom environments by incorporating short videos into their lessons. On ClassHook there are thousands of entertaining clips curated to support critical thinking for students to build the connections between academics and real life.  As an uncontrollable variable to movies and shows that are rated PG-13 […]

SEL and Acceptance Lessons We Can Learn from Aang

Did you know that by watching TV, you are actually learning? In Avatar: The Last Airbender, viewers can learn prosocial behaviors and traits through the protagonist, Aang. His interactions with the other characters, how he resolves conflict, and his ability to find joy in everything are a few examples of how Aang is a model […]

ClassHook’s New Browsing Experience

In education, we know we’re only as successful as the teachers we serve. That’s why ClassHook is always seeking and incorporating your feedback into our platform. Our new browsing experience launches today with expanded tools to help you find clips more efficiently and easily. Our new features include: A more consolidated subject view A new […]

Teaching Ethics with Ed, Edd, n Eddy

We all know the notorious trio Ed, Edd n Eddy are known for their somewhat loose grasp on morals. As unethical as they may be, Ed, Edd n Eddy is a great and funny way to get students to think about ethics and kick-off class discussions on morality. Check out ClassHook’s favorite clips for teaching […]

Teaching ELA With Friends

Studying English and Language Arts starts in books, but seeing examples of grammatical concepts or rhetorical strategies in action is a great way to take learning off the page. We all know and love the show Friends. This New York City-based friend group is best known for their quirky antics, but they also have a […]

Teaching Physics with The Simpsons

Concepts like matter, energy, and force can be abstract and challenging ideas to grasp for students of physics. Introducing these topics with the help of the Simpson family may make physics an easier pill to swallow for reluctant learners. Check out these five clips for some surprisingly educational moments from a timeless sitcom: 1. Static […]

Teaching Psychology with Seinfeld

While Seinfeld may allege to be a show about nothing, at ClassHook we think there’s plenty to mine when it comes to psychology. The neurotic exploits of Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer provide potent material for any number of lessons on the subject. Here are some of our favorite clips for using Seinfeld to teach […]