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Phil Taylor

Your Phone: How Often Do You REALLY Use It? - YouTube - 0 views

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    "How often do you use your phone on a typical day?"
John Evans

5 Excellent YouTube Channels for Science Videos ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Lea... - 2 views

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    "In response to some requests asking about online  science video sources, we have compiled here some of the best YouTube channels we uncovered from our archive. The channels feature a treasure trove of educational videos covering various scientific phenomena. The content is student friendly and you will definitely find things to incorporate in your classroom teaching."
John Evans

Class Tech Integrate : YouTube Offers Free Music for your Classroom Videos - 0 views

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    "One of the things that teachers and students often want to add to a video presentation is background music. Of course, this can become difficult when you want to post these videos to YouTube or any social media site. Do to copyright issues, you are not allowed to post videos with just any music added to them.

    YouTube actually gives you a solution to this problem! They offer free to use music that you or your students can add to videos that is legal to post and share to the public."
John Evans

Practical Ed Tech Tips - YouTube - 0 views

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    " Directions, tips, and tricks for using popular ed tech apps and sites. "
John Evans

Evernote Post-it® Note Camera Overview - YouTube - 3 views

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    "Evernote helps you remember what's important. And now, it lets you take your Post-it® Notes with you wherever you go. Whether it's a to-do list, reminder, sketch, or big idea, just capture your Post-it® Notes into Evernote, then save, tag, search, and sync them across all of your devices."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: Dozens of Alternatives to YouTube - 4 views

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    "Over the last few years I've seen more schools opening up access to YouTube, at least to teachers, than I had in the past. YouTube for Schools has partially contributed to that trend. Tools like ViewPure and Watchkin have made using YouTube videos in schools a little less scary too. All that said, there are still lots of schools that block access to YouTube. That's why a few years ago I started to maintain a list of alternatives to YouTube."
John Evans

How To Turn A Hit YouTube Series Into A Book The AsapSCIENCE Way | Co.Create | creativi... - 0 views

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    AsapSCIENCE started as a YouTube side project and became a big deal. Here, the creators talk about channeling their channel into a book.
John Evans

BrainStuff - HowStuffWorks - YouTube - 1 views

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    "Whether the topic is popcorn or particle physics, you can count on the HowStuffWorks team to explore - and explain - the everyday science in the world around us on BrainStuff."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: What Determines Hair Color? - And Other Lessons on Genetics - 2 views

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    Brain Stuff - How Stuff Works
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create an Audio Slideshow With Annotations in YouTube - 2 views

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    "Within YouTube there is a free tool for creating audio slideshows. You supply the images and YouTube supplies the audio track. You can pick from thousands of audio tracks to match to your slides. After adding your slides and selecting an audio track you can add speech bubbles to your slides. I demonstrate all of these steps in the video embedded below."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Add Annotations to YouTube Videos - Video - 0 views

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    "Adding annotations to YouTube videos is a good way to add little bubbles of information to a video or to create a series of choose your own adventure videos. A great example of using annotations in student-produced videos can be found here. In the video embedded below I provide directions for adding annotations to your YouTube videos. You can also find screenshots of the process in this post."
Phil Taylor

Free Technology for Teachers: Five Ways Students Can Share Videos Without YouTube - 1 views

  • Google Apps for Education users can have students upload their videos to Google Drive and then share them just as they would share any other file in Google Drive. The videos will play in Google Drive. Complete directions for that process can be
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