If you are looking for the best free physics tutorial videos, check out these new contributors on SchoolTube!
Professor Dave Explains’ channel on SchoolTube. Not only does Professor Dave Explain Physics, but he also explains Algebra, Advanced Math, Organic Chemistry and even American History. Professor Dave, has a knack for explaining science stuff, his videos are fun, engaging and convey complex subjects in easy to understand language, images and concepts.
Professor Dave received a BA in chemistry from Carleton College, and performed graduate studies in both synthetic organic chemistry and science education at Cal State Northridge, receiving an MA in the latter. Prior to creating his free physics tutorials he taught for about a decade in various high school and undergraduate settings, specializing in organic chemistry but also teaching general chemistry, physics, and biology.
And checkout Flipping Physics, our latest free Physics and STEM video resource added to SchoolTube. Flipping Physics has 49 videos on a variety of physics problems, solutions and concepts. Flipping Physics offers its lessons in a fun, engaging process using the Billy, Bob and Bo trio! What a hoot!
SchoolTube is a free video hosting service for educators that is 100% focused on providing safe video hosting and education content for K-12 audiences. The SchoolTube site is used by teachers to host and share their video-based lessons, by students to share their video projects and by schools to share their video-based news and announcements. SchoolTube is thrilled to now offer the best free physics tutorial videos from Professor Dave Explains as part of our commitment to becoming a destination for K-12 learning. Learn more by reading our Guide to Getting Started on SchoolTube.
Professor Dave Explains and Flipping Physics offer free physics tutorials and is certainly for students in science courses at both the high school and undergraduate level, but it is also for members of the general public that just want to know a little more about the world and how things work.