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Crash Course – THE Youtube channel for learners

You’re studying for an exam or just want to learn or review unfamiliar facts and concepts in an entertaining way? Then explore the world of knowledge through the captivating videos of Crash Course!

Created by John Green (author of The Fault in Our Stars) and his brother Hank, this channel released in 2012 already counts millions of viewers and subscribers. I can’t help recommend it to you guys and salute the amazing work they’re doing. There couldn’t be a better start than an article about Crash Course for the Learn and Improve yourself  category.

The Crash Course’s Youtube channel, it’s:

  •  “one of the best way to educate yourself”

  •  hundreds of educational videos (lasting around 10 minutes each)

  •  a huge community of learners

  •  lessons on a lot of high school and college topics (History, Economics, Literature, Sociology, Physics, Psychology… and many others)

  •  and now also instructive content for kids

It’s definitely some fresh air in the learning process: it has its own special approach featuring drawings and puns, far from the (really often) boring lectures at school. To quote their website, “Crash Course transforms the traditional textbook model by presenting information in a fast-paced format, enhancing the learning experience”.

So if you need extra lessons before a test, impress your crush or just entertain yourself on the Internet, go check the Crash Course website and its Youtube channel out!

John Green - Crash Course History

And as John Green always says, “don’t forget to be awesome”!

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