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Independent Educational Resources

YouTube Channels

  • Crash Course 
    High-quality, free educational videos on a wide variety of topics including: biology, chemistry, world history, literature, psychology, astronomy, philosophy, economics, computer science, mythology, theater, media literacy, engineering, artificial intelligence, art history, and many more. To view all the videos in one course/subject, click the “Playlists” tab on the YouTube channel.

  • SciShow 
    “SciShow explores the unexpected. We delve into the scientific subjects that defy our expectations and make us even more curious!” Younger siblings can check out SciShow Kids, designed for early elementary learners. 

  • Minute Physics 
    Short videos that explore a variety of physics topics.

  • Veritasium 
    Videos that explore topics in science, math, and history. 

  • NASA STEM 
    “STEM” stands for “Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.” Want to learn more about outer space & life here on Earth? Check out NASA STEM.

  • TED-Ed 
    “TED-Ed’s mission is to create lessons worth sharing. Feed and expand your curiosity with our award-winning animated shorts - published on YouTube and available with supplemental learning materials on ed.ted.com.”

Khan Academy

  • Khan Academy provides free, guided learning for Pre-K to college. Courses include: math (by grade or topic), science, computing, history, language arts, economics, internet safety, social-emotional learning, and more.

News

Curious about current events and the news? Check out these links to learn more about the world around us.

Sora

Need a new book but can't make it to the library in person? Try Sora! Sora has thousands of free audiobooks, e-books, comics, and magazines for SD35 students. Login information can be found at this link.

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