Educational Videos-

8 Top Educational YouTube Channels for Kids
100 Best Video Sites for Teachers
LIVEBINDER - http://coolcatteacher.visibli.com/share/on06n2

Videos on Teaching Critical Thinking
New Video Editor Popcorn Maker - http://emrefirat.edublogs.org/2012/11/22/mozillapopcorn/?goback=%2Egde_125725_member_188519623

MAKING BETTER FLIPPED VIDEOS
Top Websites that Provide Educational Video Tutorials for Teachers - http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/08/free-teacher-video-tutorials.html?goback=%2Egde_2811_member_156848380

11 Things to Know About Using Khan Academy

15 resources for free online education videos, from Yale to iTunesU
Aug. 14, 2012By Shehryar Nabi

Online learning providers are shaking things up in higher education, and video instruction is a huge part of that revolution.
Free video education destinations such as Khan Academy and MITOpenCourseWare show that the vision for truly universal education is shared among Web developers and leading academic institutions. Education Dive wanted to see what else is out there, who these services are meant for and where educators should look for resources that can help out in the classroom.
Here are 15 such educational video providers from around the Web:
1. Academic Earth Target audience: Current and prospective college students
Academic Earth offers free video lectures for entire college courses on a wide range of subjects. Most of these lectures have been filmed at leading universities around the world. In addition, Academic Earth provides personalized resources for people seeking to earn a degree.
2. Khan Academy Target audience: Everyone
Khan academy offers over three thousand video lessons on a variety of topics from Algebra to Art History. It has also expanded its services to include online tools for students and teachers to track their progress with Khan Academy and set academic goals.
3. TED-Ed Target audience: Everyone
A recent off-shoot of the popular video site TED.com, Ted-Ed has accumulated video lessons spanning various subjects. Ted-ed also allows a "flip" option for each video, enabling the user to create a customized lesson based on the video's contents.
4. MIT OpenCourseWare Target audience: College students, high school students and teachers
MIT OpenCourseWare has created a large bank of video and audio files from over two thousand MIT classes. While the site's main focus is on college-level education, it also features a "Highlights for High School" section offering educational resources for both teachers and students.
5. neoK12 Target audience: K-12 students and teachers
Geared towards grade school, neoK12 offers multiple video lessons on essential topics taught throughout primary and secondary education. Each topic also contains interactive materials such as games and quizzes.
6. YouTube EDU Target audience: Everyone
Categories have been easily defined in YouTube's education channel, specifying where to find videolectures for grade school, college or general interest. The channel includes links to many educational series including full university courses and how-to channels.
7. CosmoLearning Target audience: College students, high school students and teachers
CosmoLearning is a useful resource for both students and teachers wishing to enhance the visual aspects of classwork. It lists free video lessons, full courses, documentaries and images concerning a wide variety of topics.
8. Open Yale Courses Target audience: College students
Open Yale Courses offers full online courses free of charge. Although these courses don't award college credits, they are complete with class materials such as exams and paper topics. The site emphasizes that using Open Yale Courses is useful for those seeking to audit a class.
9. WatchKnowLearn Target audience: K-12 and teachers
WatchKnowLearn has compiled educational videos from all over the web ranging from children's book readings to vocational training. It also contains a classroom section, in which videos are matched with certain grade levels according to Common Core standards.
10. SchoolTube Target audience: K-12 and teachers
SchoolTube fosters an inter-school community in which students and teachers can share their projects and activities with the world at no charge. Videos can be academic, extracurricular or just for fun as long as they are associated with school.
11. videolectures.net Target audience: College students
Videolectures.net brings thousands of videos of scholarly lectures to the web for free. While containing a wide breadth of topics, the website also categorizes videos by people and conferences, creating a helpful resource for people who want to be at the forefront of scholarship for a particular topic.
12. Knowmia Target audience: High school students and teachers
Knowmia is on online platform for teachers to share educational videos. Teachers have uploaded thousands of videos to the site, many of which highlight their own personalities and unique approaches to instructing students. Knowmia also offers Knowmia Teach, a smart phone and tablet app for lesson planning.
13. Annenberg Learner Target audience: Teachers
With an emphasis on professional development, Annenberg Learner contains multimedia resources for teachers to use on a wide range of topics taught from Kindergarten to College. Teachers are not only provided with images and videos for classroom use, but are also given information on instructional methodology.
14. webcast.berkeley Target audience: College students
Webcast.berkeley provides free audio and video lectures of full UC Berkeley courses. The courses are categorized by department and semester taught going back to the year 2005. Video lessons vary from slideshows to live classroom settings.
15. iTunesU Target audience: Everyone
With iTunesU, an iTunes library can include full courses along with videos and music. Just like other online educational video websites, students can use iTunesU to gain access to courses from academic institutions around the world. However, iTunesU also comes in the form of an app, offering teachers organizational tools to build their own online courses.

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http://www.diigo.com/user/kylepace/youtubevideos http://www.diigo.com/user/kylepace/youtube Some YouTube Terms and Tips:

  • Subscribe - to individuals or groups - you don't have to subscribe to view a channel - log in with google account, click on my channel, will walk you through on how to set up your channel
  • Channel - create a channel for yourself or subscribe to other channels
  • Playlists - build playlists of videos
  • Video Manager - relates to content that you have created and uploaded
  • Little known tip! right click anywhere on the gray bar and choose "copy video URL at current time"!
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10 Most Important Educational Channels on YouTube - http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/07/10-most-important-educational-youtube.html?goback=%2Egde_125725_member_133932892
4 FREE Tools to Chop Just a Segment of a YOUTUBE Video to Share with Others - http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/07/4-free-tools-to-chop-just-segment-of.html?goback=%2Egde_125725_member_134724231
7 YouTube Channels for History Teachers

Vialogues is a website that is designed to enable users to host conversations around a video. Users can upload videos to Vialogues or use YouTube videos as the centerpieces of their conversations. After you have selected a video from YouTube or uploaded a video of your own, you can post poll questions and add comments that are tied to points in the video. Your Vialogue can be made public or private. Public Vialogue's can be embedded into your blog or website.

http://connectneurons.com/node/160/group-activity - English Videos Audio and Storybook of Classics -
http://www.kiddierecords.com/
Videos that focus on classroom management, team building, and leadership - http://www.bestyearever.net/videos/
FREE SOCIAL TEACHING AND LEARNING NETWORK = WWW.SOPHIA.ORG
8 Free Video Websites for Inspiring Talks and Lectures - http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/05/8-free-video-websites-for-free.html?goback=%2Egde_108447_member_117346383#
Flipped Classroom videos - https://flippedlearning.eduvision.tv/Default.aspx
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www.teachertube.com www.youtube.com http://www.youtube.com/education Teacher TV - www.tes.co.uk http://viewpure.com/ If you use YouTube, you need to use this site to get rid of all the advertisments http://www.tubechop.com/ This site lets you chop a piece of a YouTube video so you can use it instead of the whole video http://quietube.com/ Same concept as above 2 sites
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http://www.khanacademy.org/ How 12 Schools are Using Khan Academy Why Khan Academy is So Popular Khan Academy Launches the Future of Computer Science Education
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/post/khan-academy-the-hype-and-the-reality/2012/07/22/gJQAuw4J3W_blog.html?goback=%2Egde_108447_member_138384724#pagebreak
MIT students will create 5- to 10-minute-long videos for grades K-12 teaching the basics of engineering and science. The students can select the subject or they can generate videos on topics requested by instructors, students, or others. The videos will then be posted on an MIT Web site and a designated YouTube channel. So far, MIT has completed two pilot rounds of video production. Students have created approximately 75 videos so far, and half can currently be viewed on the MIT+K12 YouTube channel, covering topics such as:
  • The Earth's rotation;
  • Flying robots;
  • Basic chemistry;
  • Forces on an airplane;
  • Heat transfer;
  • Pixel engineering; and
  • How bread mold kills bacteria.
http://www.teachersdomain.org/ You’ll find thousands of media resources, support materials, and tools for classroom lessons, individualized learning programs, and teacher professional learning communities. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/novatech.html#flash - PBS video site http://academicearth.org- offers video lectures from elite universities, and it allows viewers to grade the professors. Academic Earth also offers a “Playlists” feature based around themes such as “Laws of Nature,” “Wars Throughout History,” or “You Are What You Eat.” http://www.ted.com/ http://watchknowlearn.org - Free educational videos http://www.itvs.org/educators/collections - Videos and Lesson plans on ITVS's award winning documentaries http://www.zaneeducation.com/ - Subtitled Edcuational Videos for k12 - ESL http://m86vusafe.com - teachers can create playlists for students www.imdb.com - internet movie datebase www.teacherchannel.org - watch streaming videos and receive teaching ideas in one place http://www.edutecher.net/tv.php http://www.neok12.com/ - very large video bank
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FREE VIDEOS - http://www.attano.com/free-videos Create videos and collaborate with your social network - http://memplai.com/ Online video editing program - collaborative - www.wevideo.com Create your own videos and upload them here - www.vimeo.com
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CyArk is a 501c3 non profit organization with the mission of: digitally preserving cultural heritage sites through collecting, archiving and providing open access to data created by laser scanning, digital modeling, and other state-of-the-art technologies. USTREAM Education - http://www.ustream.tv/education-learningannex The Marketplace Whiteboard is a series of videos explaining economic issues and topics that are currently in the news.

10 Awesome Free Video Editing Tools for Teachers

Video editing skill is just as important as the audio editing skill we talked about in the previous post. The 21st century teacher should be able to create his own video clips and edit the ones he finds online if need be and share them with his students. Several educators think wrongly that such a skill requires an advanced technology knowledge while the truth is there are many web tools that facilitates this job and makes it as easy as writing an email.I have compiled a list of some awesome video editing tools for teachers. These tools are very simple to use and free of charge. Check out the list and share it with your colleagues. Using these tools you will be able to add effects, crop, add subtitles, mix and many more. 1- Stroome

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This is a collaborative video editing tool that lets users upload their own footage and edit it either alone or with other collaborators. It requires a sign up

2- Drag in Tape

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This is another collaborative online video merging service with which you can drag online videos starting with YouTube onto a 'tape' that can be shared with the world. It requires a sign up.

3- Pixorial

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video editing tools

Pixorial is a cool video editing platform that you can use to work on your videos and store them or share them with others online. It also requires a sign up

4- ViewBix

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ViewBix has a free basic version with limited features such as : adding calls-to-action to any video, adding interactive apps, and sharing videos on the web or via Facebook and Twitter.

5- Overstream

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Overstream is a great tool that allows you to add subtitles to online videos. It is very easy and simple to use. Watch their demo video to learn how to work on it. It also requires a sign up 6- Light Works
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This is a video editing software . It requires installation and you can check out the video tutorial it has to learn more about it before you install it.

7- YouTube Editor

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This is the official video editing platform of YouTube where you can edit your videos and customize them the way you want. It is my favourite. Read this post to learn more about this tool
8- Cellsea

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This is a free online video editor and converter tool that is very easy to use and does not require any software upload or installation.

9- WeVideo
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WeVideo lets you tell your story with video. It has an online video editing platform that is simple to use and uniquely collaborative.

10- Magisto

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This is a great video editing tool that automatically turns plain videos into beautifully edited and produced movies, perfect for sharing.

8 Free and simple tools to create video tutorials for Teachers

One of the important digital skills that the 21st century teachers should have is the ability to create video tutorials to share with students.I know some of you might freak out when it comes to putting your digital skills to the test thinking that you could never make it. I understand it because I know that the first thing that comes into your mind on hearing video tutorials are those sophisticated and pompous tutorials you see on Youtube from imedia companies and advertising corporations. Well, the kind of software used to create such tutorials cost a lot of money and requires specialits to work on them. For use in education, a tutorial can be just a simple video explaining a difficult concept or a methodical process that walk students through different steps and stages. There are several free tools to help you do that and you do not need any advanced technology skills to use them; all you need is a solid will and a committment to what you want to do.
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Below is a set of free tools for teachers to create easy tutorials to share with their students in the classroom or embed on their class blogs and wikis. Some of these tools require a sign up and all of them are down to earth easy. Just give it a try and you will make it. If the first video tutorial you make does not sound as good as you wanted it then keep in your mind that it is the first try and even experienced users need to try a tool several times before they get the satisfaction they are looking for.
1- Jing
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Jing allows its users to create images and videos of what they see on their screen and share them with the world instantly and easily. Just to let you know that Jing has two versions one is free and the other is premium. So the free Jing offers just : five minutes of screen recording and some mark up tools for images but the pro version offers way more.
2- Camstudio
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Camstudio is also a great screencasting tool. It allows its users to screen record and ceate awesome video tutorials and share them through a generated link with others online.
3- Screencast-O-Matic
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Screencast-O-Matic is my favourite screencasting tool of them all. It is free and easy to use . With one click you can start recording your screen and right from your browser on Windows, Mac, Linux and does not require any software installation. it is all online
4- Webinaria
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This s a great tool that teachers can use to create recordings of their desktop with voice commentary .It also allows its users to save and edit their recordings the way they want.
5- ScreenCastle
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This is a very easy tool to create a tutorial right from your screen. It requires Java. Once yur recording is finsihed you can then get a generated code to share with others.
6- Go View
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This is another great tool for you to capture your computer screen and audio and share your tutorials with your students.
7- Screenr
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This is an awesome web-based screen recorder which you can use to record tutorials made up of 5 minutes and share them very easily.
8- Capture Fox
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This is a Firefox add-on that allows users to capture their screen and record their voice to make screencasts, tutorials, elessons and many more.

How to Make Videos Your Students Will Love - http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/05/21/how-to-make-videos-your-students-will-love/
www.tedxnyed.com - videos on the new media in education