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Tip of the Week – Youtube for Teachers Update

I first mentioned Youtube.com/teachers several months ago and suggested it as a great resource for educators.

It’s gotten better. So I’m back with an update.

YouTube.com/Teachers was created to help teachers use YouTube videos

to educate, engage, and inspire their students.

And the Youtube people are working with a group of teachers to put together a series of  playlists of partner videos that align with Common Core standards. The nice thing about this new addition is the handy-dandy playlists are listed in an easy-to-navigate way.

You’ll find elementary and secondary Social Studies sections (as well as math, Language Arts and Science) with a wide variety of topical playlists. You can also suggest your own playlists to be included in their database.

It looks a bit like a work in progress because they haven’t yet sorted out a ton of videos. But there’s enough there to get you hooked on the idea.

Give it a try. And be sure to have fun!

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