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When your students ask the inevitable question, "When would I ever use this?" answer it with a micro-documentary from the largest STEM video library of its kind --- The Futures Channel.
The Futures Channel was founded in 1999 with the goal of using new media technologies to create a channel between the scientists, engineers, explorers and visionaries who are shaping the future, and today’s learners who will one day succeed them.
The site promotes the innovative and creative use of film in language learning. All of the lesson plans revolve around the use of video and film to teach English. The site promotes cineliteracy, the ability to analyse moving images, and considers cineliteracy as a 21st century skill which our students need to learn. In addition, the lessons promote critical thinking in the language classroom, and encourage learners to reflect on values while learning a language.
Although designed to support English language teaching the ideas and resources could be helpful in other languages.
We built the YouTube Kids app with a younger audience in mind. It provides a safer version of YouTube, including both popular children’s videos and diverse new content, in a way that is easy for kids to use and highly visual.
Before your child gets started, there are a few things we want to make sure you understand:
YouTube Kids gives your family an easy way to watch their favorite shows, or explore anything that captures their imagination.
It’s free, simple to use, and full of family-friendly videos.
5by is a personalized, curated video application that sifts through the sea of online video and surfaces the best ones for you in a continuous, effortless stream. Based on mood, social interests and time of day we serve up great videos for you all day long.
5by scours the internet for the best videos, and hand-delivers the ones you want to watch. It's curated, free, and awesome.
‣ Personalized Video ‣ Highly Curated Channels ‣ Time Sensitive Streams ‣ Time-Based Commenting ‣ Continuous Stream ‣ React to Videos With Custom Emoji's ‣ New Content Daily ‣ Viral Videos and Hidden Gems ‣ No More Wasting Time Searching ‣ Ability to 'Favorite' Videos
Hundreds of amazing teachers post educational videos online every day. At Glean, we’ve structured and organized these videos, tagged them by educational standard, and wrapped them in interactive tools (like Q&A and practice exercises). We’ve even built technology to pick the ideal teacher for the student based on his/her learning style and ability.
Our technology works by pairing students with the best lessons for them. Together our team of teachers have watched these lessons, studying and collecting a number of details on every lesson – setting, pace, teaching style, grade level, and more!
Now out of Beta ... "use Common Core-aligned tools to find the best K-12 educational videos on the web."
For Common Core resources, teacher videos, strategies and lesson plans, go to Teaching Channel. Find great ideas and strategies in classroom teaching videos covering Math, Science, English, History and more.
Simple English Videos : Learn English with videos of movie trailers with interactive clickable transcripts.
This site is operated by Vicki and Jay, a husband and wife team. Vicki is an English teacher who has written many popular English course books and videos courses for Oxford University Press and Pearson. She’s worked in Algeria, Japan, the UK and the US and travelled to many different countries giving talks and running workshops for teachers. British by birth, she now lives in Philadelphia. Vicki’s a video enthusiast who loves using videos to teach English.
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