Art of Engineering

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This channel showcases projects where art and engineering have been integrated together, and features discussion of popular amusement parks and themed entertainment. It was created by James, a graduate from the University of Waterloo in Canada with a master’s degree in civil engineering.

Voices of the Past – Primary Sources

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Voices of the Past is a YouTube Channel that teaches history through the written accounts of the very people who lived through it. Join the host, David, as he introduces the stories of both the great figures of history and the lesser known witnesses of great events; not through the analysis of modern historians, but through the words written and the speeches spoken by these figures themselves – in their words and through their eyes.

DocsTeach

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DocsTeach is a website that allows teachers, students, and history explorers to access thousands of primary sources such as letters, photographs, speeches, posters, maps, videos, and other document types that were created throughout the course of American History. In addition to enabling access to these resources, this website offers document-based activities for learners created by both the National Archives and teachers around the world, as well as the tools for the user to create their own document based activities.

Code Switch

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Talking about race, gender, ethnicity, identity, and many complex topics common in the 21st century can be exhausting and scary. It can be much harder if you don’t think you have any allies. “Code Switch” from National Public Radio (NPR) wants to be an ally. This show covers topics from the legacy of lynchings of African Americans in modern American life to covert forms of anti-Semitism in popular culture.

MITK12Videos

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This YouTube channel features STEM videos for K-12 students made by students at MIT, from MIT’s Office of Digital Learning. They have some interactive videos, tutorials, “Ask MIT” videos, and short lessons.