Education Resources (by field of study)
Contributed by Cade Summers
- Jabzy: does very short, very concise, VERY interesting videos on history that usually isn't taught (The Assassination of Charlie Chaplain, Pokemon and Japanese Myths, Pope on Coke)
- Extra Credit: does videos on history and game design, both of which may be interesting to our audience (Roman Punic Wars, Bronze Age Collapse)
- Masaman: does excellent, informative videos on demographics of people groups, as well as their histories (African's are not "black", Origin and history of the Jewish People, History of Slavic People)
- History with Hilber: does videos on the histories of different nations, a lot of emphasis on the Celtic Isles (What is a Guru?, A Guide to Dark Age British Politics, The History of Australia)
- Survive the Jive: This guy is a fanatic about Indo Europeans. He does a lot videos on the Stone & bronze age culture of Indo-Europeans, Indo-European religion, Anthropology, Genetics, and Cultural Customs. Very good for Ancient History (Is Halloween Pagan?, Are Finns European?)
- Geography Now: Does very standard videos on Geography, they do seem to be geared towards common core American testing though so be hesitant (Germany Video, Indonesia Video)
- 3Blue1Brow: this is the channel where Jeffrey gets maybe 60% of his problem-solving problems.
- Mathloger: does videos on general math equations, and historically important math equations. (Riemann's Paradox, Ramanujan: making sense of 1+2+3...= -1/12)
- Numberphile: Probably my favorite youtube channel. They do videos on every kind of mathematical principle you can think of, number theory, group theory, game theory, primes, and much, much, much more. Everything on their channel is good so here is a link: https://www.youtube.com/user/numberphile/videos
English literature I find to be too subjective to have a good basis to learn from. That said, my only resource is The School of Life who has a great playlist about the famous authors of the English language.
- Kurzgesagt (In a Nutshell): They do really informative videos on all sorts of Science topics.
- Veritasium does many studies on many different subjects in a really informative and journalistic manner
- Real Engineering: Maybe Math, Maybe Science, either way, they do a good job explaining interesting mathematical concepts.