Resourceful YouTube Channels for Teachers and Educators

How do you look for educational videos for your classroom? I guess most of us just Google with the keyword and do little research to find out the appropriate video. However, your work will become little easier if you know some of the amazing YouTube channels.

Here is a big categorized list of YouTube channels that provide quality educational videos regularly.


YouTube EDU: Started in the year 2009, Youtube EDU integrates content across 100 colleges and universities and offers access to campus tours, research and lectures.

Teaching Channel:  A You Tube video channel displaying effective and motivating teaching practices.

Edutopia: Edutopia emphases on K-12 education but provides an excess of evidence-based educating approaches for all levels.

COFAonlineUNSW: This is a free professional development resource intended to assist educators from any discipline.

Office of Ed Tech: Videos and playlists give information related to technology and learning.

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE): Provides useful and engaging educational resources for tech integration in the lessons.

The Times Higher Education: This YouTube channel provides collection of great videos documenting the World University Rankings.

Physical Sciences

Robert Krampf: The channel covers many entertaining and interesting topics in physical sciences.

Brightstorm: The YouTube channel provides hundreds of lessons in subjects like English, bio, math, chemistry, and physics.

Symphony of Science: Fun videos at Symphony and Science mix rhythm with science for improved learning.

Bad Astronomy: Bad Astronomy is You Tube channel focused on exposing myths and misunderstandings about astronomy.

ScienCentral: The channel provides content related to science and technology content.

Engineering & Technology

Wired: The Wired channel focuses on how tech is varying each feature of our lives from culture to business, science to design.

The Computer History Museum: This channel works to curate the Information Age, providing videos of events and lectures at the museum itself.

NPTEL: This channel offers technical lectures of all seven Indian Organizations of Technology and Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory: Engineering students as well as Computer science teachers should keep checking this You Tube channel regularly for some really cool stuff on the latest artificial intelligence.


Mr. Robb’s Math Videos: This channel originally started as a means for students to recall their class lessons after the lecture, but now developed into remarkably full resource for maths.

Numberphile: If you are a math teacher and wants to teach your students differently, then this channel has really some good videos for you.

The Video Math Tutor: This is a useful channel that provides several tutoring math videos covering different topics including basic math lessons, calculator tips, and brain teasers.

Mathematics Online: Check out this channel for geometry formula derivations and much more.

Though this is a small list it includes some of the very useful YouTube channels, to know more such channels, do visit this.

About the Author
Author: Prasanna Bharti
Prasanna is a blogger by profession, and loves to write about education technology. Her write-ups intend to provide a deep insight about enormous resources and ideas available to make learning better and effective with the use of technology.

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