minutephysicsIt’s time for another Teaching with Technology post, and this week I’m featuring a YouTube channel I have found. Minute Physics give just moments to basic and not so basic subjects.

Science is not my strong point, but when I have a question, I want an answer! My six-year-old son is also full of questions. Minute Physics helps give answers that make sense in just a few minutes.

Take these videos as examples. You can answer why the sky is blue or how lightbulbs work…in these short videos!


Minute Physics is not without bias, but many types of media are biased. As long as one watches videos with that in mind,  teachers may find information they are looking for and fun ways to present that information to their students.

Want to know more? Visit the Minute Physics YouTube Channel.

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