YouTube 201

This class will cover:
  • Youtube Site Setup
  • YouTube Playlists
  • Flipped Classroom Basics

Link to PPT


  • TeacherTube - like YouTube, but features only user-created educational materials
  • YouTube - for up-to-the-minute information, educational videos, and many resources to link learning to popular culture
  • iTunes U - free podcasts, videos, lectures, films, and more from world-renowned universities and educational institutions (does not require an i-device to download and enjoy)
  • Merlot - a collection of thousands of user-created interactives, sites, and materials that are quite well categorized
  • MIT OpenCourseWare - this links to a section of the site focused on resources for high school subjects
  • BBC School - includes review lessons and self-tests in all subjects
  • HippoCampus - mostly math and science resources featuring narrated animation-style lessons
  • Khan Academy - a well organized collection of thousands of instructional videos
  • Patrick JMT (Just Math Tutorials) – thousands of videos, well organized, on everything to do with math
  • Internet4Classrooms - an endless list of websites where you can find various resources, organized by subject area
  • Wolfram Math World - an extensive collection of math examples (text form only)
  • Wolfram Demonstrations Project – images and interactive media in all subjects
  • OpenLearningInitiative – features a number of free courses that include videos and virtual demonstrations, mostly in math and science
  • Open Yale Courses – features a small number of advanced-level course offerings that include lectures and videos
  • Academic Earth – features mostly video lectures from professors at world-renowned universities
  • PhET - science and math simulations for all grade levels, even in other languages from the University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Educatonal Vodcasts - Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams’ website explaining their motivation and process for creating their vodcasts

Last modified: Friday, July 1, 2016, 11:02 AM