As part of our research to improve STEM curriculum for K-12 education, college education, and adult learning, we have focused on visual learning tools including videos and animation. We have been fortunate to work with excellent collaborators and students in producing a range of STEM videos.
Crash Course: Engineering
Crash Course: Engineering was produced in collaboration with Crash Course and PBS Digital. All 46 episodes explain some aspect of engineering.
The following videos were produced by students as projects for a curriculum construction assignment.
Viscosity video by Bona Kim and Nick Stomper
Pressure and Barometers video by Lily Huynh
Stress and Strain video by Fatima Nolasco and Anthony Hou
Fluid Flow Shell Balances down a slope video by Nadine Kuhn, Andi Roman, and Taryn Sparacino
Fluid Flow Shell Balances in a pipe video by Patrick Daley
Heat Transfer/Shell Balances music video by Courtney Cavanaugh, Heather Leahy, Anila Mehta, and Sarah Sidd
Heat Transfer in 5 Minutes illlustrated video by Wil Medeiros
Heat Transfer Overview video by Zerlina Goodman-Lahz
Conduction / Convection / Thermal Resistance / Boiling video by Aidan Hawkins, Lindsay Perrea, and Christina Pothier
Boiling / Conduction / Convection cooking video by Surabhi Godbole, Lauren Graham, Bradley Priem and Samantha Roman
Transport Geographic video by Eric Eisdorfer and Ulpiano Flores
Conduction/Convection Problem Solving video by Liam Gordon and Elizabeth LaMacchia
Composite Layers Calculation video by Avi Natan and Katie Spengler
Fins Music Video by Brooke Allison and Myria Scott
Heat Exchangers stop animation video by Liyutha Al Ismaili and Balqees Al Qassimi
Heat Exchangers video by Katharine Jessen and Liam Norton