By: Med Kharbach
“YouTube video editor is absolutely a powerful video editing platform to use in your instruction to create and edit videos. It provides almost all the pro features you normally find in a premium video software and all for free. Our YouTube for Teachers series here in EdTech and mLearning attempts to help teachers make the best of YouTube in their teaching by providing them with educational channels designed specifically to tend to teachers educational video content as well as resources featuring tips and tricks on how to create and edit instructional videos on Youtube. In today’s post we are introducing you to a very important feature called annotations.” To read further please click here: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2015/11/5-annotation-tips-for-teachers.html
“Why should primary teachers use YouTube?YouTube is now an essential part of the internet and for many young people, it’s almost entirely replaced TV. For every Minecraft tutorial out there, there’s an education channel dedicated to providing high-quality teaching content. And because it’s on YouTube, it’s completely free and a goldmine for primary teachers.We’ve listed channels below that are great for quickly getting up to speed on science topics and some that are great for showing to your class at the start of a lesson.
Our top five ‘science for all’ YouTube channels:
1. SciShow – really useful YouTube channel. Clear explanations of some tricky concepts. Lots of frequently asked, fun science questions. Has a collection of videos all about key figures in science (past and present), which would be perfect for children’s research.” To read further please click here: