Engage Your Students Through the Movies and TV Shows They Watch Video clips from popular shows and movies provide a great way to capture the attention of students. ClassHook is a site that allows teachers to search for clips from popular TV shows and movies that are related to their curriculum. Connecting your teaching to… Read more
Create a YouTube Channel for your Class! Guest Post by Nicole LaFave In my first year of teaching, I’d spend hours each week gluing and taping student work on the walls in and outside my room. As technology progressed and my students created less work with pens and markers, I began to look for new… Read more
Just paste a link for a YouTube video in ViewPure and they will remove all of the ads and comments from the video. Those pesky related videos that show up at the end of the video are also removed. In addition to removing unwanted and potentially inappropriate material, the removal of comments and ads makes… Read more
Resources and links from my presentation at SC Education and Business Summit 2014 Aaron Sams on the Flipped Classroom Content Visual Tutorials for Creating Instructional Videos PowerPoint Keynote Jing Screencast-O-Matic Explain Everything (iPad) *Learn more about Jing and Screencast-O-Matic. Link to the document camera I used during my presentation: IPEVO iZiggi-HD Screencasting Software Jing… Read more
KeepVid www.KeepVid.com KeepVid allows you to download streaming videos from YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, iFilm, and more. No software downloads required! It’s a simple, free video downloader. Simply paste the URL of the video you want to download, select a format (MP4 – Max 480P works for me), and click “download.” It couldn’t be easier. … Read more
SafeShare.TV – Safely remove ads, related videos, and surprises that pop up when sharing YouTube videos.
SafeShare.TV Simply paste a link to a YouTube video into the text-box on SafeShare.TV and they will provide you with a shareable link to a cleaned-up view of that video. No ads, no related videos, no “popular videos” popping up. The site even gives you a few options for customizing your cleaned up video. You can re-title it, change the… Read more
TubeChop www.tubechop.com TubeChop is the simplest way I’ve seen to clip parts from YouTube videos and share them with students. Want to show just a small clip from a video? It’s as easy as: Go to www.tubechop.com Paste the URL or search for a YouTube Video. Slide the bar below your video to indicate the… Read more