Join Ethan Baxter of Boston College as he walks through the stories & histories of different rocks in this educational video series. For teachers and parents, there is a video guide to assist in incorporating videos into lesson plans and additional resources available on his webite, linked here.
This video series describes content featured in college-level introductory geoscience courses that may also be applicable to other disciplines and to high school curricula. The videos are approximately 3-6 minutes long.
In collaboration with NASA, WGBH presents digital media resources to teach K–12 Earth and Space Science. All resources are free and engage students with core ideas and science and engineering practices.
From the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, this page includes resources that entertain, inspire, and provide meaningful opportunities to discover more about the world we share. The resources are being continually updated to encourage curiosity about natural history at home while the museum is closed.
Join Benjamin Burger, professor at Utah State University, as he details major concepts, terminology, controversies, and current matters & thinking in vertebrate paleontology. Most lecture videos are 10-15 minutes long, walking through the fossil records of vertebrates in a way that is digestable even for those unfamiliar with paleontology.
Watch this PBS video to unravel the mystery of huge coils of hardened sand found stuck deep in the earth in Nebraska in the 1800s. The Beneski Museum displays an excellent example of this trace fossil. The specimen can be found in the main hall Eighmy gallery.
There are many aspects to a museum visit. In this creative family video, learn the ins and outs of a museum from a team of preschool museum experts. Witness how the museum is managed & curated and how tours are led.