Table of contents:
- 1. GetAClass - Just Math
- 2. GetAClass - Physics in experiments and experiments
- 3. Thoisoi
- 4. Simple science
- 5. Academy of entertaining sciences
- 6. KOSMO
- 7. Video tutorials on the Internet
- 8. Video tutorials for schoolchildren
- 9. History of Russia for dummies
- 10. Redroom
2023 Author: Malcolm Clapton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-07-28 10:38
After watching these videos, a careless student can easily pull up math, chemistry, physics, and even history.
1. GetAClass - Just Math
The creators of the channel assure that the most difficult thing in mathematics is to learn the multiplication table. The rest does not require cramming: you just need to delve into the topic, and this knowledge will remain with you forever. GetAClass helps you deal with a wide variety of issues, from motion problems to differential equations.
2. GetAClass - Physics in experiments and experiments
If your child does not know what a frictional oscillator and a looped pendulum are, then he is here. The elementary physics video course focuses on applied experiments that are easy to repeat at home. If this subject is not given at school, finally there is a chance to figure out why the world works this way and not otherwise.
Each video is dedicated to a separate element of the periodic table or chemical experiment. The video is accompanied by detailed explanations and formulas. The channel's creators strongly discourage repeating experiments at home. But the resource can be used as an addition to the school chemistry textbook.
4. Simple science
Another channel that shows fascinating physical and chemical experiments. The downside is that videos lasting 1, 5–2 minutes run without any explanation.
5. Academy of entertaining sciences
The channel is a collection of video tutorials on biology, geography, mathematics, physics, chemistry, music and literature. Each video lasts 12-13 minutes and overlaps with the school curriculum. Violetta Modestovna, professor of Pioneers, Vasilisa Pisareva and other actors-teachers will unobtrusively convey what the child missed in the classroom.
How much water is in the solar system? What happens if a black hole explodes? What shape does the universe have? Answers to these and other questions can be found on the educational channel KOSMO. Judging by the comments, videos about the difficult situation on Ganymede, Titan or Triton captivate not only schoolchildren, but also adults.
7. Video tutorials on the Internet
The channel was created for both students and teachers. Here you can find video tutorials on the Russian language, geography, ecology, music, German and even OBZH. Videos for elementary school students are a separate block.
8. Video tutorials for schoolchildren
On this educational resource, you can find videos for lessons in biology, ecology, physics and chemistry. In addition to theory, there are many experiments. But everything is presented in a serious academic style, no jokes or cartoons: they don't flirt with students here.
9. History of Russia for dummies
A great place for teenagers who are bored with history lessons. “As a boy - though two meters tall - Peter built all the local villagers into regiments …” - something like this, simply and intelligibly, conveys information about key figures and events in 10-minute clips. Here you can also take a crash course in world history with John Green.
Another channel for those who sleep in history lessons at school. "We tell about the lives of great people so that you understand that they are people too!" - promises the host Yegor Zyryanov. The material is presented quite chaotically and haphazardly, but this way the child will definitely not get stuck for a long time in one era.
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