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Top YouTube Channels for Science and Math Teachers and Students

Top YouTube Channels for Science and Math Teachers and Students | EFL Teaching Journal | Scoop.it
Below is a round-up of some wonderful educational YouTube channels for Math and Science teachers. These channels are taken from a long list that comprises more than 170 YouTube channels. Please share...

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The 10 Most Important Educational YouTube Channels for Teachers

The 10 Most Important Educational YouTube Channels for Teachers | EFL Teaching Journal | Scoop.it

YouTube is packed full of educational stuff to share with students. It is usually our first choice when thinking about video resources online. It is true that YouTube interface is not student friendly particularly with the annoying ads and sometimes irrelevant and indecent content on the list of the featured videos but thanks to web technologies , we can now use these awesome tools to easily control the content that is displayed on YouTube and make it educationally relevant platform for our students.

 

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http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/07/10-most-important-educational-youtube.html

 


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Charles Sampson's comment, July 17, 2012 9:01 AM
Thank you for sharing this!
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Links from #ukedchat sessions

Links from #ukedchat sessions | EFL Teaching Journal | Scoop.it

#ukedchat added something new to their normal twitter chat hour this week. Teachers were invited, beforehand to create a short 3-5 minute video and upload it to YouTube or Vimeo, then share the links which would be tweeted out for the audience to watch, and comment, on in real time during the TeachTweet event. #ukedchat has curated the video's here on Scoop.it  for further viewing and comment.

 

I think this is a very innovative and welcome approach to teachers for several reasons:

By moving the media format from text to video, it suggests new ways of  connecting with an audience.The resources will not disappear into the ether because the half life of a video is significantly longer than that of a tweet.The video resources can be shared and embedded in other content and resources for CPD.This provides another way for teachers to share resources and ideas.

Hopefully these videos will attract lots of comments.

 


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UKEdChat's comment, March 29, 2013 2:34 PM
Very kind words, thank you.
theo kuechel's comment, March 29, 2013 2:48 PM
You are welcome, but thanks are really due to UKedchat for getting this started. I note from the TeachTweeet web page more are planned and I look forward to seeing it develop.