This resource has tons of STEM videos covering topics such as science, natural history, anthropology, engineering, and more.
The Discovery Network’s YouTube Channel has plenty of videos perfect for engaging students of all levels in science and engineering topics.
Making connections to the real world is an essential part of hooking students at the beginning of a lesson. The Discovery Network’s YouTube channel has video clips from favorite television shows, and many of them have educational value. You can share videos about ecosystems from around the world, or watch people hard at work in science-related fields. This resource makes it easy to find a quick clip with your class.
Watch the video above to discover how you can navigate this resource, and find useful videos to use in your STEM lesson plans.
Interested in more resources for your students? Take a look at this on-demand training session for teachers:
Connect, Create, and Collaborate with Science Websites, Web Tools, and Apps. Would you like to discover ways for your students to connect, create, and collaborate as they investigate and explore a variety of scientific ideas, models, and concepts? Are you looking for new ways to jazz up your science curriculum? This on-demand session focuses on a variety of interactive science, websites, web tools and apps that will enhance learning. Join Letia Cooper as she shares examples of how to use these tools and discusses easy ways to integrate technology in science classrooms for all grade levels.
About Our “STEM Videos” Presenter
Monica Burns is an Education Consultant, EdTech Blogger, and Apple Distinguished Educator. Monica works with teachers to make technology integration exciting and accessible at all grade levels. She has conducted well over 50 unique training sessions for SimpleK12, click here to take a look at more videos from Monica.
About the Author
Kimber Thompson is a Lead Moderator for SimpleK12 webinars and a Contributing Editor for SimpleK12.com. She writes frequently about education topics, and is passionate about tools and techniques that inspire young learners. You may reach her with ideas and comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.