Want your students talking to each other about their understanding ? Teach them to ask and answer questions. Model...model...model and then model some more! I use these questions using Kagan structures to get my students thinking about their thinking...metacognition. Try it and give me some feedback.
In Steven's Web20Classroom blog, he shares his top 5 favorite teacher tools on YouTube.Many districts are realizing the potential that YouTube learning can have in the classroom. There are lots of great videos and channels out there on 1000's of topics.
I have put together a list of some of my favorite tools to use with YouTube. Some are for the creation end, while some are for the consumption end.
Overall, they hopefully will give you a good start on getting more out of your favorite video service.
Do you find you are missing something for your video? Do a Creative Commons video search right there and find what you need. You can also upload sound tracks to ambiance. Once done, the video saves right to your YouTube account. Easy!
No annoying comments. No inappropriate suggested videos after. Just the video you want to show.
Take the URL of the video you want to chop and trim both the beginning and end to what you need. You can then share it via a link or embed the chopped video on your site or page.