Below is a round-up of some wonderful educational YouTube channels for Math and Science teachers. These channels are taken from a long list that comprises more than 170 YouTube channels.
1- Mr. Robb’s Math Videos:
4- Numberphile: If you are a math teacher who wants to teach numbers differently, this channel has some videos to help you do it.
2- Robert Krampf:
3- Bright Storm:
5- Bad Astronomy: Bad Astronomy is devoted to debunking myths and misconceptions about astronomy. How much pressure does it take to crush a concrete cylinder? How do meteorites from Mars get to Earth? Find out from The Bad Astronomer.
6- New Scientist:
8- Richard Dawkins:
12- NASA Television:
15- Animal Planet:
16- Science Channel:
18- Science Magazine: This channel explores multiple disciplines and facets of science but isn’t quite as popular as the Science Channel.
19- Carl Sagan’s COSMOS: Perfect for physics and astronomy classes, these classic videos of the beloved Carl Sagan engage and educate.
20- Garland Science:
21- Nat Geo Wild:
24- Wildlife Conservation Society: This channel introduces learners to the importance of conservation and environmentalism. The videos serve as informative guides on what works and what doesn’t in the conservation circle, and what would happen if humanity stopped caring.
26- Centre for Inquiry Canada: A great resource for encouraging scientific inquiry, reason, freedom of thought, and secularism.
27- National Audubon Society: Audubon’s mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity. This channel features videos on migration, markings, habitat protection, and more.
28- Sixty Symbols:
29- Climate Conference: