By: Lisa Nielsen
“It’s hard to believe that one of the top tools for learning as recognized by the Center for Learning &Performance Technologies is blocked in many schools today. Fortunately, innovative educators are resilient souls. If they can’t get the learning to their students, the old fashioned way, they’ll find another.
In this case, the tool we’re talking about is YouTube. As pointed out in Edudemic’s 50 Education Tools Every Teacher Should Know About, “Not all schools allow YouTube, but they are missing out as the site contains a wealth of great learning materials for the classroom. There’s even a special education-focused channel just for teachers and students.” To read further please click here: