Top Alternatives To Youtube In The ClassroomMost people don't realize that YouTube isn't the only place on the Internet where you can find valuable and useful videos.
In fact, when it comes to using videos in the classroom, it can get pretty difficult to uncover videos on the massive YouTube website that are truly valuable for educational purposes, and appropriate for classroom use.
Richard Byrne of Free Technology for Teachers took on this issue in his article "47 Alternatives to Using YouTube in the Classroom".
In this article, Byrne lists not 10 or 20, but nearly four dozen websites that offer high-quality video content that teachers could easily incorporate into the classroom educational experience.
Some of these include the highly-popular site TeacherTube - the version of YouTube made specifically with the needs of teachers and educators in mind. Those videos are created for teachers to learn from other educators - including lesson plans, classroom instruction ideas and inspirational videos.
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