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    Videos for teaching

    10-15 minute videos for science
    NOVA | scienceNOW | PBS

    youtube has some great stuff.
    eg 1: music videos


    eg 2: lesson starters


    http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/
    have some good videos, and broken down into small segments, but they require money for full downloads (thank-you firefix downloader ) and quite a few of the videos are a little oldish now.

    i do not rate teachertube.com complete rubbish, but has potential one day

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    Science videos here
    :: SCOPE ::

    More science videos and demonstrations
    Sodium Reacts with Four Acids - Free Science Videos and Lectures

    Worksheets to go with those videos (plus lots more)
    Listing of all 315 Science Movie Worksheets

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    loads of good videos on Teachers TV | Thousands of education programmes on TV and online as well.

    based around the key stages from UK. Also some interesting pedagoical ideas and support.

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    periodic table of videos.

    From the University of Nottingham, a video series on the 118 elements.
    The chemical elements are being brought to life online in a series of YouTube videos filmed at a UK university. The project by a team in Nottingham is designed to stimulate interest in chemistry and comprises videos illustrating each of the 118 elements. They feature a variety of experiments, some of which are too dangerous to be performed in classrooms. The team behind the new guide to the periodic table said it should be complete by the end of July. In the videos, scientists also recall personal anecdotes and amazing facts about each element in the table, from hydrogen (1) to Ununoctium (118).
    BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Elements brought to life online

    Their website:
    The Periodic Table of Videos - University of Nottingham

    And their YouTube channel:

    YouTube - periodicvideos's Channel

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