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Updated by Swaroop Raju on Sep 24, 2014
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Top Science Video Sources for the Flipped Classroom

This list covers the best YouTube channels for you to find videos that you can plug and play into your classroom. Click on the name of the channel to be taken to a lesson with embedded formative assessments.

Crash Course Channel

Hank Green teaches Psychology, Biology, Ecology, and Chemistry. The videos are engaging, informative, and cover a broad range of topics. He does talk a little quickly so it helps to pace out his instruction with some questions. Crash Course Channel:

Bozeman Science

Bozeman Science videos are developed by Paul Anderson, a high school science teacher in northern Montana and YouTube Edu Guru. Bozeman videos have been rising in popularity the last couple of years for good reason - they rock. Channel:




TED-Ed's Original videos aim to capture and amplify the voices of the world's greatest educators. Within the growing TED-Ed video library, you will find carefully curated educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators. Original channel:


Educational science channel created by Derek Muller. The videos range in style from interviews with experts, to science experiments, dramatisations, songs, and interviews with the public to uncover misconceptions about science. Original YouTube Channel:

Khan Academy

Khan's mission is toprovide a world-class education for anyone, anywhere. All of his videos are available online for free on YouTube (as well as YouTube Channel: