About Video Science
Video Science is a collection of short videos of science demonstrations designed to serve as your digital colleague and science teaching companion. With over 80 videos currently, and more added every month, Video Science helps you find inexpensive lab tools and lots of experiments that are easy, effective, and hopefully fun to offer your students.
VideoScience is hosted by Dan Menelly, Education Advisor to the Science House Foundation. Dan Menelly is a science teacher at the United Nations International School in New York City and a 2010 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship, working with the National Science Foundation in the Office of Cyberinfrastructure.
Who is Video Science for?
Video Science is for science teachers, kids and science enthusiasts alike. The experiments and demonstrations are aligned with topics in elementary, middle school and high school science curricula.
How does it work?
Watch Video Science online, or download the application for the iPhone/iPod Touch or iPad to get your science on-the-go. Video Science offers concept notes, links to purchase the materials needed for experiments, and a blog where users can share their experiences and ask questions.