27 Dec Teacher Resources: Read before you create another piece of instructional content!
This short video is a “must watch” for anybody interested in developing instructional content for their students. When I watched, I was forced to rethink the investment I have at times made in creating content for student activities. Veritasium offers an amazing bank of resources for teachers for use in Verso or their LMS such as Life, Moodle or Edmodo. However, these videos serve as fantastic examples of how to deliver enhanced learning gains by adopting Veritasium’s research backed approach of starting with the misconceptions.
Derek Muller is the Creative Director of Veritasium, a science video blog with 90 films based on interviews with Australians about issues such as global warming, seasons and the scale of the universe.
Veritasium is a science video blog featuring experiments, expert interviews, cool demos, and discussions with the public about everything science.
Clips featured in this video:
Trees are Freaking Awesome – http://bit.ly/TFilQ8
Gyroscopic Precession – http://bit.ly/U4e8HQ
Can We Go The Speed of Light? (Principle of Relativity) – http://bit.ly/X1BlXZ
Where Does The Sun Get Its Energy? – http://bit.ly/125jbeM
Where Do Trees Get Their Mass? – http://bit.ly/11AA817
What Is A Candle Flame Made Of? – http://bit.ly/Q3enCb
Levitating Barbecue (Electromagnetic Induction) – http://bit.ly/SWgOWh
Imploding Drum – http://bit.ly/125jG8B
Microwave Grape Plasma – http://bit.ly/QkCwUt
Spinning Tube Trick – http://bit.ly/Va43Z6
Spinning Disk Trick – http://bit.ly/14MSKsT
Why Do You Make People Look Stupid? – http://bit.ly/12Fmlpl
Awesome HD Slinky Slow-Mo – http://bit.ly/TRa4sE
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