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LabTV – Science and Engineering Videos

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LabTV online by the National Defense Education Program (NDEP) has some interesting videos about science and engineering for older kids. There are over 50 videos from two seasons of webisodes, helping to capture kids’ imaginations and instill an interest in engineering.

How things work – Science videos

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I came across these videos when I was looking out how a trebuchet works (as I mentioned previously). These are a series of videos on YouTube presented by “Steve Jones an experienced mathematics and science teacher”. As you can see from the screenshot they cover nuclear energy, Richter scale, electricity generators, and a few others.

HTW

Written by markuos

July 29, 2009 at 7:21 pm

Hilaroad – science, engineering, electronic projects

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I came across this site accidentally (whilst investigating trebuchets I clicked a link and ended up there), and boy am I glad I did. The site is called Hilaroad.com and has lots of projects to try, with instructions and video. It look very good.

HILA1

Written by markuos

July 28, 2009 at 7:09 pm