Top 10 Youtube channels That Will Teach You New Skills

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If you are a college student and you want to learn a new skill without paying money that can get you a good job, then today I will tell you some YouTube channels that will teach you new skills, so let’s start and see which YouTube channels are.

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1. Better Than Yesterday

I am someone who always likes to read good books and explore new ideas.
This is the place where I share what I have learned so far.
I draw from fields such as psychology, philosophy, biology, economics, and many others but every subject falls under the umbrella of personal growth.
With simple words and friendly pictures, I want to make my content memorable so we can all benefit from it in the long run.
My main goal is to help us be better than yesterday, one step at a time.

2. CrashCourse

At Crash Course, we believe quality instructional videos should be available to everyone for free!

Subscribe to weekly videos of our current courses! We currently produce Black American History and Public Health. The Crash Course team has created over 42 courses on a variety of subjects including Organic Chemistry, Literature, World History, Biology, Philosophy, Drama, Ecology, and many more! We recently partnered with Arizona State University to bring you more courses on the Study Hall channel.

3. Bozeman Science

Paul Andersen is an education consultant and YouTuber based in Bozeman, Montana. Paul is a seasoned educator who has taught science in Montana for 20 years. Paul was the 2011 Montana Teacher of the Year and one of four finalists for the 2011 National Teacher of the Year. Paul was named the 2012 YouTube Edu Teacher by YouTube.

Paul has trained thousands of students, teachers, administrators, and professors worldwide. Paul’s areas of expertise include next-generation science standards, educational technology, reverse classrooms, and effective classroom design. Paul is happy to offer meaningful professional development that can be immediately implemented in the classroom. In addition to his coaching work, Paul is an accomplished keynote speaker

4. MIT OpenCourseWare

Whether you’re a student, teacher, or just a curious person looking to learn, MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) offers a wealth of insight, inspiration, videos, and more!

OCW is a free and open online publication of teaching materials from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum, from introductory to the most advanced graduate courses. On the OCW website, each course is accompanied by a syllabus, study materials such as notes and reading lists, and learning activities such as assignments and solutions. Some courses also have videos, online tutorials, and faculty insights to teach.

Knowledge is your reward. There is no registration or registration, no start or end date. OCW is self-study at its best.

5. Thomas Frank

I create videos to help you be more productive – whether you’re in high school, college, university, or in the real world. It includes study tips to help you study faster and pass exams, tips for dealing with procrastination, reading and note-taking strategies, and more. You can’t prove that I don’t fight bears in my free time.

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6. The School of Life

Ideas to help you learn, heal and grow.

We are drawn to better relationships, peace, self-understanding, connection, and comfort.

We draw our ideas from psychology, psychotherapy, philosophy, art, and culture.

 7. Charisma on Command

Do you want to be more charismatic and confident? We make videos that teach you how to appear more confident, make people laugh, and look more attractive – basically all about exuding charisma. Relationships in life are everything, so we want to teach you to show your most confident and charismatic self when it matters most.

8. Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to provide free, quality education for everyone, everywhere. Our interactive exercises, articles, and videos help students succeed in math, biology, chemistry, physics, history, economics, finance, grammar, and many other subjects.

Khan Academy provides teachers with data on how their students are performing so they can identify learning gaps and provide personalized instruction. We also offer free personalized SAT and LSAT practice in partnership with the College Board and Law School Admissions Council.

9. FreeCodeCamp

This channel gives you

•Learn how to code for free.
•Web development and programming tutorials
•Full courses teaching HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, and more

10. TED

The TED Talks channel features the best talks and shows from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading minds and doers deliver their life talks in 18 minutes (or less). Find conversations about technology, entertainment, and design, as well as science, business, global issues, art, and more. You can link or embed this video, forward it to other people, and share these ideas with people you know.

Today’s Thought

 “If you live long enough, you’ll make mistakes. But if you learn from them, you’ll be a better person.” —Bill Clinton

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