This Quantum Entanglement and Spooky Action at a Distance video also includes:
Can we communicate at a speed faster than light? Part of a video series, this enthralling installment introduces the idea of Einstein's spooky action. Then, it relates and expands the concept of quantum entanglement. The results of new experiments fascinate and confuse scientists simultaneously.
- Review the meaning of the word random by asking pupils to arrange themselves randomly around the room; usually, they will space themselves equidistant apart rather than in clusters as we would actually see with randomness—ensure scholars fully understand this concept before watching the video
- Relies on a strong prior understanding of quantum physics
- Avoid the comment section if possible
- Provides subtitles in seven languages for ELLs
- Connects scientific theories to new research
- Works well in a traditional and flipped classrooms