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3D Printed House Technology

3D Printed House Technology

Forget waiting weeks or months for your new home to be ready. Researchers from the University of Southern California created a 3D printer that can build a 2,500 square-foot house in 24 hours! ...

Apollo 13 Engineer Scene

A great scene from the movie Apollo 13 in which the engineers are tasked with making a square peg fit into a round hole. Fantastic to use for engineering design project inspiration ...
Best Top 10 Plasma Tricks and Demonstrations

Best Top 10 Plasma Tricks and Demonstrations

Did you know you can light a fluorescent bulb or neon tube using a plasma ball? Plasma balls are fascinating STEM toys. The Best Top 10 Plasma Ball Tricks and Demonstrations video highlights purposeful physics and physical ...
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Bruno Mars: Don’t Give Up (Sesame Street)

Bruno Mars: Don't Give Up (Sesame Street) is a phenomenal video for growth mindset and persistence. Pair this with the picture book Your Fantastic Elastic Brain by Dr. JoAnn Deak ...
Caine's Arcade

Caine’s Arcade

9-year-old Caine Monroy spent his summer vacation building an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad's used auto parts store. The entire summer went by, and Caine had yet to have a single customer. Then, on ...
Celebrating Women in Science

Celebrating Women in Science

The Celebrating Women in Science Video Series introduces students to women role models in different science fields. Meet Dr. Bahija Jallal, Ph.D., executive vice president at MedImmune, who discusses what she enjoys most about her work, the challenges ...
Chemistry of Cookies

Chemistry of Cookies

You stick cookie dough into an oven and, magically, you get a plate of warm, gooey cookies. Except it's not magic; it's science. Stephanie Warren explains via basic chemistry principles how the dough spreads out, ...
Climate Change: The State of Science

Climate Change: The State of Science

The National Climate Assessment summarizes the impacts of climate change on the United States, now and in the future. A team of more than 300 experts guided by a 60-member Federal Advisory Committee produced the report, ...
Crash Course Kids Video

Crash Course Kids Video

Do you know how many people have been to the moon? Only 12! Part of the reason it's so few is because of how difficult it is to escape Earth and get into space in ...
Crash Course Kids YouTube Channel

Crash Course Kids YouTube Channel

YouTube channel from the creators of Crash Course Kids ...
Dark Side of the Moon Video

Dark Side of the Moon Video

From MinutePhysics, the dark side of the moon misconception explained in 10 seconds ...

Dendroclimatology: Using Tree Rings to Reconstruct Past Climates

Dendrochronologist Rex Adams discusses what tree rings can tell us about ancient climates ...
Disneyland - Our Friend the Atom

Disneyland – Our Friend the Atom

Our Friend the Atom features Dr. Heinz Haber, a noted scientist in the field of atomic energy, discussing the atom as an exciting new energy source. He starts by comparing atomic energy to a genie in ...
Earthlight

Earthlight

A twenty-minute documentary about the University of Arizona's Lunar-Mars Greenhouse Lab - can we grow food on the Moon (or Mars). Sean Gellenbeck from this project shared details of this project with participants ...
Eight Science Tricks with Water

Eight Science Tricks with Water

These 8 Water Tricks That'll Melt Your Mind from BuzzFeed are a great way to amaze students of any age. For How-To directions and a quick explanation of the science behind each science trick, visit the BuzzFeed article. Have fun melting ...
Energy 101

Energy 101

The Energy 101 Videos from the U.S. Department of Energy are a collection of 15 short videos about the fundamental concepts behind renewable energy sources and energy efficiency. Learn about Electric Vehicles, Biofuels, Algae-to-Fuels, Marine and ...
Fail Better

Fail Better

The goal of FAIL BETTER is to open up a public conversation about failure, particularly the instructive role of failure in stimulating creativity: in learning, in science, engineering and design. This video presents highlights from FAIL BETTER, an ...
Fifty-Cent Microscope That Folds Like Origami

Fifty-Cent Microscope That Folds Like Origami

A 50-cent microscope that folds like origami! Watch the Foldscope TED Talk by Manu Prakash to learn all about how Foldscopes could revolutionize healthcare in developing countries and turn almost anything into a fun, hands-on science experiment. LEARN MORE ...
Flies That Do Calculus With Their Wings

Flies That Do Calculus With Their Wings

Flies That Do Calculus With Their Wings is a ScienceTake from the New York Times detailing how scientists at Cornell University have developed some unique techniques for studying fly flight. LEARN MORE ...
Gravity Visualized

Gravity Visualized

Gravity Visualized is a video of physics teacher Dan Burns explaining his space-time warping demo. A 2-kg mass in the middle with rolling marbles show orbits. A large marble rolling with a smaller one next to ...
Guide to the Energy of the Earth

Guide to the Energy of the Earth

Energy is neither created nor destroyed — and yet the global demand for it continues to increase. But where does energy come from, and where does it go? Joshua M. Sneideman examines the many ways ...
Hollow Flashlight Invented by 14-Year-Old Girl

Hollow Flashlight Invented by 14-Year-Old Girl

Meet Ann Makosinski, a 15-year-old who invented a flashlight powered by thermal energy from her hand - no batteries necessary - EVER! Use this video to introduce your students to a young inventor who won ...
Ideas are Scary Video

Ideas are Scary Video

A great advertisement about ideas from General Electric that works nicely with the book, "What Do You Do With An Idea?" ...
Introduce a Girl to Engineering

Introduce a Girl to Engineering

What makes a superhero a superhero? Use this video to teach young girls how some real-life superheroes at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering are using the special powers to save people and make their ...
Invisible Bicycle Helmet

Invisible Bicycle Helmet

You know what kind of sucks about riding a bike? Other than all that pedaling? Bike helmets. Sure, they keep that overrated "brain" from getting splattered, but they take a lot of the open-air--joy out ...
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Lab Rules Dua Lipa “New Rules” Parody

Lab Safety. Don't be a Carol. Low cost science parody of Dua Lipa's official music video New Rules! ...
Math and Magic of Origami

Math and Magic of Origami

The math and magic of origami is a TED Talk featuring Robert Lang - a pioneer of the newest kind of origami. Watch as he uses math and engineering principles to fold mind-blowingly intricate designs that ...
Minute Earth

Minute Earth

MinuteEarth is a YouTube channel with short video clips (usually less than 3 minutes in length) on the science and stories about our awesome planet! From Why Are Leaves Green? to The Biggest Organism on Earth to How do Trees Survive ...
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Mojo Puts It All Together – ClassDojo

Mojo reflects on the meaning of 'your brain is like a muscle' after a setback ...
Moss FM

Moss FM

Looking for an alternative source of energy - how about moss? This video demonstrates Moss FM - a radio powered by moss, using Photo Microbial Fuel Cells (Photo-MFCs), an emerging biophilic technology that uses plants like biological ...
Moving Cubes

Moving Cubes

Try these activities with your students to get their hands and minds on possibilities! LEARN MORE Also, check out Crazy Paper Thing and Paper Toy ...
National Geographic Kids Roller Coaster Videos

National Geographic Kids Roller Coaster Videos

A whole collection of videos you can use to engage students with different aspects of roller coaster fun ...
New Generation of Women in Science

New Generation of Women in Science

Meet A New Generation of Women in Science - Girls in STEM! This video features young women scientists and engineers who wowed the President and the nation at the White House Science Fair. It shines a ...
OK Go - This Too Shall Pass - Rube Goldberg Machine

OK Go – This Too Shall Pass – Rube Goldberg Machine

Rube Goldberg Machine - Official Video - From the OK Go album "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky" available at www.okgo.net/store ...

Ozobot – It’s Your Move

Learn more about Ozobot, the revolutionary learning tool for the digital age. Designed to introduce coding, programming and logical reasoning in fun, interactive ways, Ozobot helps kids learn while playing ...

Ozobot Bit 2 0 learn to code with a tiny programmable robot

When Ozobot detects unique sequences of colors, it is pre-programmed to perform different actions or change behavior. There are over 30 codes that make the robot change its speed, control decision making, perform special moves, ...
Ozobot YouTube Channel

Ozobot YouTube Channel

Find Ozobot Bit videos to learn about additional ways you can engage students using your robot ...
Pale Blue Dot

Pale Blue Dot

Enjoy the Pale Blue Dot - Animation, a video with an excerpt from Carl Sagan's book Pale Blue Dot read by Sagan himself. We need to do our best to preserve and cherish our home - a lonely ...
PBS SciGirls

PBS SciGirls

SciGirls has the bold goal of changing how millions of girls think about STEM. Each half-hour episode highlights the processes of science and engineering, following a different group of middle school girls who design, with ...
PhET Interactive Simuations

PhET Interactive Simuations

PhET Interactive Simulations range from elementary to university level and cover subjects like physics, biology, chemistry, earth science, math and cutting edge research. Check out John Travoltage to teach about static electricity! Each simulation has ...
Roller Coaster Science

Roller Coaster Science

Watch the laws of physics at work, at 1,000 frames per second. And get a quick lesson in positive and negative G's ...
ScienceDump

ScienceDump

ScienceDump is a source for popular science videos and pictures. Their goal is to bring back the cool and fun in science by selecting the best on the web. ScienceDump also features Documentaries, Infographics, Science-humor, ...
Scientific Literacy - Neil deGrasse Tyson

Scientific Literacy – Neil deGrasse Tyson

Scientific Literacy - Neil deGrasse Tyson features the popular host of the COSMOS series describing why scientific literacy is so important. "The goal here is not to make everybody a scientist. ... What matters is whether they're scientifically ...
SciShow with Hank Green

SciShow with Hank Green

SciShow, with host Hank Green, is an ever increasing collection of videos discussing science news, history and concepts. With equal parts skepticism and enthusiasm, SciShow goes a little deeper, without going off the deep end (most of ...
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Sesame Street: Will.i.am Sings “What I Am”

Sesame Street: Will.i.am Sings "What I Am" which should be an anthem for everyone regardless of age. Growth mind set and self-esteem ...
Solar FREAKIN' Roadways

Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways

Solar FREAKIN' Roadways! It's the roadway of the future! Solar Roadways is a modular paving system of solar panels that can withstand the heaviest of trucks. These Solar Road Panels can be installed on roads, parking ...
Teen Scientist Harnesses Sun Power

Teen Scientist Harnesses Sun Power

Meet Raquel Redshirt, the Navajo teen who is harnessing solar energy to meet the needs of her community. Raquel uses everyday materials and the sun to build solar ovens. She also received an award at the Intel ...
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The Incredible Power of Yet – ClassDojo

Katie discovers the incredible power of yet from an unexpected source ...
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The Lab Song (Bruno Mars Parody)

The Lab Song (Bruno Mars Parody) for all the Biology teachers out there ...
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The Magic of Mistakes – ClassDojo

Mojo enters a robotics competition and wins an unexpected lesson in the magic of mistakes ...
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The Mysterious World of Neurons – ClassDojo

Katie leads Mojo on a journey to learn from the secrets of the brain from a mysterious guru ...
The User's Guide to Energy

The User’s Guide to Energy

The Atlantic's six video series called The User's Guide to Energy asks six basic questions about energy and answers them in animated explainers. Alexis Madrigal explains the following: How much energy does the U.S. use? ...
Tidal Locking

Tidal Locking

Why do we only see one side of the moon? This MinuteEarth video answers that question ...
Toys From Trash YouTube Channel

Toys From Trash YouTube Channel

Our core belief is that children learn by doing - by touching, feeling, cutting, sticking -- pulling things apart, putting things together. We believe that this hands-on science helps them relate to curriculum and get ...

Voice of the Trees by Bartholomaus Traubeck

Years' Tree Turntable demonstration. Utilizing various make-shift components, German designer Bartholomäus Traubeck has managed to create a modified record player that takes wood slices of a tree and makes music from its inner rings ...

What Do You Do with an Idea? YouTube Read Along

Read along video of What Do You Do With An Idea? ...
World Science U

World Science U

World Science U - immerse yourself in the world of science! Education for everyone at all levels of interest and knowledge. Watch Science Unplugged videos to explore quick answers to hundreds of questions. Enjoy Short ...
World's Smallest 3D Printing Pen

World’s Smallest 3D Printing Pen

LIX 3D Printing Pen is on the other end of the spectrum but the possibilities are endless. Inspire students to imagine what they could create with a 3D Printing Pen! ...
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Your Brain is Like a Muscle – Class Dojo

Introduce your students to the idea of a Growth Mindset. The simple idea that your brain is like a muscle is proven to have profound impact on learning! ...

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