I recently worked as an educator on a TED-Ed lesson about p-values and p-hacking. I’m mostly posting it here to highlight that this format could be available to other people in the EA community, though the lesson may also be of interest.
If you are a subject matter expert in something, you can nominate yourself to become an educator here: https://ed.ted.com/get_involved, providing a short description and possible title of the lesson you might want to write. You shouldn’t feel uncomfortable about nominating yourself: this is a common way for people to become educators.
If they are interested in taking your idea on and you write a draft, be aware that there will be a fair amount of collaborative editing which will take some time.
TED-Ed videos tend to get 100s of thousands or millions of views, so this could be a potentially very high impact outreach opportunity for the right content.
Disclosure: my wife works at TED-Ed and I worked with her on this lesson. It went through all the normal editorial processes, however.