A Comprehensive List of YouTube Channels for All Your Classroom Needs

A Comprehensive List of YouTube Channels for All Your Classroom Needs

YouTube Channels for Physics

1. MinutePhysics
How do we know what air is like on other planets? How big is the sun and why do we put telescope in space? Get all your questions answered over this channel. Amazing videos that cover almost all aspects giving you knowledge in unique ways with great examples. Get playlists on quantum physics, and videos segregated in chronological order and a lot more.

2. PhysicsGirl
Created by Dianna Cowern, this channel is a big hit. Amazing playlists covering range of topics like everyday physics, space and universe, experiments that you can actually try, black holes and a lot more. Altogether it’s a great channel to discover more of physics.

3. DrPhysicsA
This channel will be of help to students pursuing physics. The videos are organized into playlists: A Level Physics Revision, GCSE Physics Revision, A Level Physics Exam Questions Examples, Atomic Physics, Electricity & Magnetism, Particle Physics, Thermodynamics, Nuclear Physics, Classical Mechanics, Special & General Relativity, Cosmology, Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear Physics and Miscellaneous.

4. Physics Videos By Eugene Khutoryansky
Electric circuits, aerodynamics, nuclear physics, philosophy of physics, laws of motion by newton and beyond that, quantum, mathematics and so much more. This channel has so much to offer for those keen to know more on a regular basis. All you have to do is stay updated on their updates.

5. PBS Space Time
Hosted by Matthew O’ Dowd, this channel is completely focused on astrophysics and anything beyond the planet earth. New videos are uploaded every Wednesday. Great playlists on cosmology, space and time, relativity, aliens, futurism, origins of matter and time and NASA. With this channel you can definitely explore the skies.

6. SciShow
Not just for physics but covers the whole of science. A great channel as it presents content in rather different manner. Talk shows, quick questions, guest interviews, and a lot more. You can learn a lot from this channel as you get to see the best from the best. The videos are uploaded four times in a week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

7. #Physics
Auto generated by YouTube this channel is a collection of all the physics resources over YouTube. So this one is a must for you all.

8. TheBadAstronomer
Look beyond the myths and misconceptions of astronomy with this channel.

9. Sixty Symbols
Get all cool stuff on this channel. Get access to playlists on neutrinos, multiverse, magnets and their nature, solar system and online lectures from physicians like Roger Bowley, Professor Moriarty.

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