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32 Cool Science Experiments to do at Home - Science Projects for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi

Did you ever think Science could be so much fun! Go through our amazingly informative video compilation of cool scientific facts and experiments!

Learn about air pressure, atmospheric pressure, how sound moves objects, refraction in water, how simple things at home work, heat conduction, static electricity, magnetic substances, combustion, singing wine glass, surface tension, buoyancy, capillary action and much, much more!

List of 32 science experiments to do at home for kids.

00:10 Under Water Candle – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
00:55 Boyle’s Law – Balloon Test – Cool Science Experiment
02:09 Upside Down Glass of Water – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
02:54 Refraction of Light in Water – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
03:50 Baking Soda Volcano – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
04:52 Making the Glass Invisible – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
06:02 Can Sound Move Objects? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
07:07 Cornstarch and Water Bonding – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
08:18 Fire Water Balloon – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
09:03 Water in Plastic Bag Trick – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
10:35 Light and Shadow – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
11:25 Raw and Boiled Egg Spinning – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
12:26 3 Layer Density Test – Cool Science Experiments | Mocomi Kids
13:50 Static Electricity (Balloon and Woolen Cloth) – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
14:50 Can Magnets Attract anything? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
15:58 Can Magnets Work through Substances? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
16:54 Science of Combustion Physics | Science Experiments for Kids | Mocomi Kids
17:40 Coins and Paper – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
18:31 Singing Wine Glass – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
19:38 Surface Tension – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
20:36 Naked Eggs – Cool Kitchen Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
23:16 Sounds from Wine Glasses – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
24:38 Glass and Candle – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
25:34 Power of Magnets – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
26:30 Baking Soda, Vinegar and Inflating Balloon – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
27:29 Coke vs. Diet Coke! – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
28:47 Colour Changing Milk – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
30:03 How does a Straw Work? – Cool Science Experiments | Mocomi Kids
30:51 Egg Floating in Water – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
31:36 Transfer of Magnetism – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
32:29 How do Wheels Work? – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids
34:11 Egg in a Bottle – Cool Science Experiments | Mocomi Kids

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Bergen Library- Looking up Educational Psychology Articles

UST Educational Research - Evaluating Quantitative Journal Articles

This mini-lecture presents an overview of criteria for evaluating experimental and non-experimental quantitative research.

The term educational psychology involves the study of how children, adolescents and adults learn in schools and colleges. This field of study involves the psychology of teaching in educational settings, the efficiency of educational interventions and the psychology of schools in social areas.

Although the terms school psychology and educational psychology have often been substituted for one another, they are not the same. Theorists and researchers are more likely to be recognized as educational psychologists, while practitioners in either schools or school-related settings are recognized as school psychologists. The field of educational psychology often focuses on subgroups such as those subject to certain disabilities and gifted children, and it is concerned with how students develop and learn.

Psychology Careers

1. The role of an educational psychologist is to study a student’s behavior and his or her capabilities to learn in an academic environment. These psychologists are concerned with the tools and teaching techniques in the classroom in hopes of facilitating learning. This comes about by research done on classroom dynamics and teaching methods. They also research sub-groups that are within student populations such as students with learning disabilities, gifted children or those with behavioral problems.

2. School psychologists are concerned with the needs of individual students. In the field of educational psychology, school psychologists develop treatment plans, perform performance evaluations and diagnostic assessments, and monitor effectiveness and progress.

 

Educational Psychologist Skills

Getting a degree as an educational psychologist will allow individuals the develop skills that can positively influence the quality of education. The following are some skills that are developed with a degree in psychology and are used in the profession of an educational psychologist:

• Ability to analyze the behavior of children
• Ability to counsel students
• Evaluate needs
• Make good sound decisions
• Develop oral and written communication skills
• Increase knowledge concerning child development
• In possession of highly developed interactive skills
• Comprehend individual education programming
• Comprehend behavioral changes
• Develop assessment methods

Training and Education

The shortest route to becoming an educational psychologist is by enrolling in a two-year program known as a master’s in educational psychology program (MEd). During this time, students are introduced to courses in cognition, development, human learning and research methodology. Upon graduation, individuals will have the ability to conduct applied research, as well as evaluate and consult the needs of public and private schools.

An Ed.S also known as an education specialist degree in school psychology, is needed for those who desire to become school psychologists. This typically takes one to three years to complete and is a basic follow-up to the master’s in educational psychology degree.

In order to earn a Doctor of Education (Ed.D), also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, an individual typically has to commit to a four to six year program. These programs dig deeper into the field of educational psychology by concentrating on age groups and developmental specialties as well as sharpening a student’s skills in areas of human development, research design, and educational, emotional and behavioral problems.

Does a career in educational psychology interest you? Then take the first step by getting in touch with an administrator at Argosy University, which offers a wide selection of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs in a variety of psychology concentrations at 19 locations across the nation.

 

 

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