Resources To Help Support At-Home Learning

During these unprecedented times, Arbor Scientific recognizes the unique challenges teachers, parents, and students are facing. As the COVID-19 virus continues to impact school communities, we understand many of you may be looking for additional resources to prepare for this potentially extended period of at-home learning and recommend the following resources.


Conceptual Physics Alive!

Watch as renowned physics teacher Paul Hewitt teaches in a classroom with real students, using engaging demonstrations and artwork. Choose from 30+ lessons including linear motion, newton's laws, rotation, gravity and more all through VIMEO, taking the classroom to your students wherever they are.


Conceptual Academy Video Vignettes

A series of short videos that make difficult concepts easier to understand. These fun and engaging vignettes are a great way to draw students’ attention and inspire learning beyond the textbook. Video concepts include Newton's laws, energy, rotational motion, heat transfer, thermodynamics and more.


YouTube Channel

A collection of free video resources created by the best science educators from across the country demonstrating how to teach really cool science concepts in your classroom or remotely.


60 Questions

A collection of free questions on basic physics concepts to give to your students by renowned physics teacher Paul Hewitt. Choose from a total of 60 questions that are relevant for your course/lesson. Detailed answers are also included in the downloadable file.


Next-Time Questions

A series of free questions that teachers can give their students to elicit thinking. These questions include embellished cartoons to catch students' interest.


CoolStuff Blogs

Our blogs are a collection of free resources by the best science educators from across the country demonstrating how to teach cool science concepts in your classroom or remotely. Resources include lesson plans, demo ideas, student activities and videos!


RSpec Explorer

Watch as Tom Field discusses how to use the RSpec Explorer along with the LED Array and Spectrum Tubes via remote meeting to give your students an experience of spectroscopy right from their homes.