lørdag 19. mars 2016

Gode YouTube-kanaler til bruk i undervisningen


Her en liste over veldig gode YouTube-kanaler som du kan bruke i undervisningen og i planlegging av undervisning. Og selvsagt kan du lære noe selv også.


Det er igjen det glimrende nettstedet Open Culture som er kilden til denne overfloden av gode, åpne ressurser.

Les også: 200 Free Kids Educational Resources: Video Lessons, Apps, Books, Websites & More - her finner du over 200 ressurser; nettsteder, videoer, apper, lydbøker, fremmedspråk + litt til.


American Museum of Natural History: This channel features the excellent “Known Universe” video, which gives you a six-minute journey from Mt. Everest to the farthest reaches of the observable universe.

Bad Astronomy: Bad Astronomy is all about astronomy, space, and science. The videos are created by Phil Plait, an astronomer, writer, and sometimes TV-science-show host.

HooplaKidz: This channel is dedicated to animated nursery rhymes and stories designed to entertain and educate children between the ages of 2 and 8.

Edutopia: Offers inspiration and information for what works in education. Edutopia is run by The George Lucas Educational Foundation.

Khan Academy: This channel features thousands of videos that will teach students the ins and outs of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, finance, physics, economics and more.

Minute Physics: Cool science videos that are all about getting people into learning physics.




NASA Television: NASA’s mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. This channel helps explore fundamental questions about our place in the universe.

Numberphile: Videos about numbers – it’s that simple. Videos by Brady Haran.

Periodic Videos: Your ultimate channel for all things chemistry. A video about each element on the periodic table.

Sick Science: Videos and cool science experiments from Steve Spangler and SteveSpanglerScience.com

SpaceLab: Can plants survive beyond Earth? Can proteins observed in space reveal the mysteries of life? These questions and more get answered by SpaceLab, a YouTube channel created by Google and Lenovo, in cooperation with Space Adventures, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

YouTube EDU: YouTube hosts a section dedicated to academic videos. It’s a little bit of a mixed bag, but it features some quality videos.


Veritasium: Veritasium is a channel of science and engineering videos featuring experiments, expert interviews, cool demos, and discussions with the public about everything science.

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