I seem to have an unquenchable thirst for curation. I’m always squirreling away bookmarked videos; reorganizing my photos in a way that family can really enjoy; searching out connections among picture books that I can compile into lists for future students.
Perhaps that’s the next challenge of living in an era of almost limitless information and content? To learn to sift, connect, and extract what matters most to us. And while this particular post is perhaps broader in concept than my inquiry provocation posts, I found myself drawn to sharing anyway.
So, nearly 3 years after my first “7 Videos that Will Prove Science Rocks” post, I’m sharing a few more that I find inspiring. What are ones that you love? Which ones might fill your students with awe and wonder?
#1: Gravity by Clemens Wirth
#2: Seasons – in a Small World by Beauty of Science
#3: Look Up! The Billion Bug Highway You Can’t See by NPR
#4: Magnetic Fields in Slow Motion by Magnetic Games via The Kid Should See This
#5: To Understand is to Perceive Patterns by Jason Silva
#6: States of Matter by Peter Tomaszewicz
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