Although MIT is no longer specifically carryng out research on the value and impact of video on STEM teaching in school, they still maintain a series of YouTube Channels which are accessible via this website.
Steven Van Zandt’s TeachRock project brings rich, multimedia educational materials to teachers and students everywhere–at no cost. The lesson plan collections and resources at teachrock.org help teachers engage students by connecting the history of popular music to classroom work across the disciplines. From social studies and language arts to geography, media studies, science, general music, and more: TeachRock has engaging and meaningful arts integration materials for every classroom.
EUN Video channel
On European Schoolnet YouTube channel you can find many of the network's project-related videos, ranging from best education practices to recordings of webinars, workshops, and other events as well as interviews with key experts and practitioners on education. European Schoolnet is a network of 30 European Ministries of Education, based in Brussels, Belgium. As a not-for-profit organisation, we aim to bring innovation in teaching and learning to key stakeholders: Ministries of Education, schools, teachers, researchers, and industry partners. Most videos are in English but quite a few have subtitles in different languages.
6 Presentation creation tools
This resource includes both information about several useful presentation tools along with general advice for teachers and educators about creating and giving presentations. And what's interesting is that it doesn't include Powerpoint!