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Free Technology for Teachers: 8 Overlooked Useful YouTube Tools

When most people think about YouTube they think sharing videos and or about all of the videos they can discover. Most people don't think about the useful editing tools that are built into YouTube. The YouTube video editor has some useful features for teachers and students. 1. Create photo slideshows.

Dragontape - Create Custom YouTube Mixes - Teach Amazing!

Dragontape - Create Custom YouTube Mixes - Check out Teach Amazing for educational technology, web 2.0, and great tips to teach amazing!

Handy YouTube Tools for Teachers

In Steven's Web20Classroom blog, he shares his top 5 favorite teacher tools on YouTube.

10 Instructional YouTube Videos for Young Kids

The web can be a dangerous space for kids. But it can also provide quality, inexpensive tools and content to help entertain and educate your children. To help you along, we've found 10 YouTube videos that will teach your kids the basics. Want to teach your daughter how to quack like a duck?

Temporarily Copy Offline YouTube Videos to Your iPad

Even if YouTube is unblocked in your school for teacher access, it can be challenging to share YouTube videos with students during class. YouTube download speeds can be slow at school (especially in the afternoon) and YouTube videos often display online with distracting (and sometimes inappropriate) "related videos" as well as comments.

Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom

This is the fifth post in my Summer Learning Series. These are short posts with tools, tips and resources for you to try something new this summer or something you can take to the classroom in the Fall. First was Collaborative Learning With Edmodo and then we followed up with Learning With Hashtags.

Kleinspiration: TONS of (free) 1-3 minute Engaging Math & Science Videos for Kids via @avheuv!

STEMbite: My favorite YouTube Channel for Learning! STEMbite is a YouTube Channel developed by Andrew Vanden Heuvel, one of the original Google Glass Explorers. On this channel, you can find over 60 informative and entertaining brief clips sharing how math and science relate to our everyday life.

Challenge 7 - Create a YouTube Playlist

YouTube is a powerful teaching tool for educators. There is an endless stream of valuable videos available to help teach nearly any subject - and most of them present concepts in very unique and effective ways.

Editing Creative Commons YouTube Videos

Creative Commons is a type of copyright license that allows others to utilize the work, with credit! I am a big advocate of teaching our students about copyright and to ensure that we use images and works with a Creative Commons license to set a good example.

Free Technology for Teachers: Dozens of Alternatives to YouTube

Over the last few years I've seen more schools opening up access to YouTube, at least to teachers, than I had in the past. YouTube for Schools has partially contributed to that trend. Tools like ViewPure and Watchkin have made using YouTube videos in schools a little less scary too.

Free Technology for Teachers: Alternatives to YouTube

Use the search engine below to find educational videos that are not hosted on YouTube. Some excellent educational content can be found on YouTube. However, many teachers cannot access YouTube in their classrooms. Therefore, I compiled a list of other places to find educational videos that don't rely on YouTube.

Free Technology for Teachers: 7 Tools for Adding Questions and Notes to Videos

Short videos from YouTube and other sources can be quite helpful in introducing topics to students and or reinforcing concepts that you have taught. Watching the video can be enough for some students, it's better if we can call students' attention to specific sections of videos while they are watching them.