Edition 58 – 3 More fun Science Channels on YouTube

addition to the edtech archive
Amoeba Sisters: animated biology tutorial videos
Greetings! This edition of Additions to the Edtech Archive is a direct followup to my last post, offering you another three excellent YouTube channels to follow to enrich your science classroom or simply to learn and have fun.
  • STEM, science, biology, video, YouTube: Amoeba Sisters – funtastic animations
    addition to the edtech archive
    Amoeba Sisters: animated biology tutorial videos

    designed to walk viewers through some fairly complicated biological processes such as mitosis, enzymes, photosynthesis, and many more.

  • STEM, science, engineering, creation, maker, video, YouTube: MAKE! Workshop – This is the Youtube
    addition to the edtech archive
    Make! Workshop: the Youtube channel for the magazine

    channel for Make! Magazine, Make Workshop is a great place for anyone who likes to build things with their own hands, wood, metal, wires, code, electronics, or anything else. Here you’ll find a new project every Tuesday (they walk you through each project step by step), and learn a new skill every Thursday (this one is REALLY neat). DYIers wishing to impart some skills to the next generation… this one’s for you.

  • STEM, science, engineering, astronomy, physics, space, NASA, video, YouTube: NASAeClips –  short, relevant educational video segments, targeted age
    addition to the edtech archive
    NASA’s eClips: STEM issues explored for teachers and students

    groups including: grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12 and the general public. Use these videos to inspire and engage students, to help them connect classroom learning to real world activites, processes, and events. New video segments are posted weekly, exploring recent and relevant applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM topics.

til next time… peace and love

Paul