How YouTube Inspires
Curiosity About Science
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A Science Experiment on Learning through Social Media
What makes videos like Mark Rober's World's Largest Devil's Toothpaste Explosion so compelling? With over 28M views on YouTube, this exciting experiment engages audiences in STEM-based thinking and learning and they may not even realize it!
Join Artisana's Asylum in welcoming Bob Pflugfelder (AKA Science Bob) and Jacob LaRocca who were integral to the behind-the-scenes experiments that went into making a Devil's Toothpaste Explosion worthy of a Guinness Book of World Records win. In this session, you will hear how they used the iterative design process to create structures at different stages of the experimentation process.