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SafeShare.TV - The Safest Way To Watch and Share YouTube videos. ClipGrab - Free YouTube Downloader & Converter. Zaption - Interact & Learn with Video Lessons. Youtube. ViewPure - YouTube In Class. ViewPure is very similar to Quietube and SafeShare.

ViewPure - YouTube In Class

It offers a bookmarklet as well as an onpage field for pasting in YouTube URLs. You can also search YouTube from the ViewPure page. How to use it With a YouTube URL - Copy a URL from YouTube and paste it into the field on the ViewPure page.Click Options to choose white or black background, screen size (wide or normal) and starting point in the video.Nifty Option: Choose your own URL (kind of) by typing in the field next to may also choose to password protect your version of the video.

With the Bookmarklet - Click View on your preferred browser and make sure Bookmar Bar is enabled.Drag the Purify box from the ViewPure page on top of your Bookmark Bar. With the Search option Click Search at the top of the ViewPure page and type in a key word. Options Once viewing a video via ViewPure options appear in the top right.Go to the original in YouTube.Share a "Purified" video via Twitter with one click.

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Working... Who is Derral Eves? 229,207 views 1 year ago Derral Eves is a YouTube and Video marketing consultant with a large amount of his background in social media, mobile, and video marketing. Support this channel Help Derral Eves make more fresh quality content. Why Creators Are Happier Than Consumers. Introducing the YouTube Kids app. 5 technologies to promote creative learning. Teachers are constantly searching for new ways to promote good learning. If those ideas can also encourage creative thinking, they are even more welcome in the classroom. Technology can provide some of those creative solutions. Here are just five ideas for using technology to support learning, while promoting creative thinking, and I'm sure that with a little thought you will be able to adapt them to your own subject area. 1) Senses: In this picture the five traditional human senses are depicted.

But there are actually more than five human senses, and teachers can challenge children to learn about some of the others (there are at least 10 more including proprioception - the kinaesthetic sense of where your body is in space, equilibrioception - the sense of balance and motion, nociception - or the experience of pain, thermoception - sensing heat, and so on). Public Domain. A New Excellent Interactive SAMR Visual for Teachers. Using online videos for promotion of critical thinking and oral fluen… 10 Ways to Use YouTube — classroom in the future. Make Your Own Movie With YouTube Video Editor. YouTube is the most popular site for viewing videos of all types and with 8 years of content added to the site everyday, there’s always something new and exciting to check out.

Make Your Own Movie With YouTube Video Editor

That’s because YouTube makes it easy to make your own video, then promote it and track it. Regardless if you’re using it for business or pleasure, all of these options help you to create content that appeals to your audience, which gets your content shared and viewed by more people. If you have ever thought, “I could have done that” or ” I wish this video…” here is your chance to get in the game!

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To be college- and career-ready, high school graduates must have studied a rigorous and broad curriculum, grounded in the core academic disciplines, but also consisting of other subjects that are part of a well-rounded education. Simply put, "college and career readiness" is the umbrella under which many education and workforce policies, programs and initiatives thrive. The Official Educator's Guide To YouTube. YouTube is a goldmine for content.

The Official Educator's Guide To YouTube

Yes, it’s also a goldmine for trash and whimsy, but more than anything it’s a kind of circus-mirror reflection of culture. Which should make it useful to teachers. YouTube Teacher Channel. Education. What is a playlist? 9 YouTube Features You Probably Haven't Heard of. Everyone knows about YouTube.

9 YouTube Features You Probably Haven't Heard of

With hours and hours of video footage uploaded every couple of minutes, there’s no question that it’s one of the biggest websites on the entire Internet. There’s so much content on YouTube that no matter who you are, you’ll find something that meets your taste. There’s something up there for just about everyone. Along with all of the great content, YouTube also has a lot of great features. Not a lot of people talk about RSS feeds these days, but those that do – they sure love them. 5 guiding principles to build a sustainable community on YouTube. The Four C's: Making 21st Century Education Happen.

Teaching With YouTube: 197 Digital Channels For Learning. Teaching With YouTube: 197 Digital Channels For Learning If you don’t have a YouTube channel as an education provider, there’s a good chance you’re behind the times.

Teaching With YouTube: 197 Digital Channels For Learning

Nearly every major educational institution in the world now hosts its own collection of videos featuring news, lectures, tutorials, and open courseware. Just as many individuals have their own channel, curating their expertise in a series of broadcasted lessons. These channels allow instructors to share information and blend media in unprecedented and exciting new ways. From teaching Mandarin Chinese to busting myths about Astronomy, the educational possibilities are diverse and dynamic. Youtube Tips and Tricks: Setting up a Youtube Channel (2014) TEDx Talks. TEDx is launching this series, in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with five talks on food and nutrition.

TEDx Talks

Stay tuned for monthly TEDxSpotlights that curate and focus on global themes and ideas from the TEDx community. Take part in this program by sharing the trailer and the playlists with your community. TEDxSpotlights Global Nutrition was produced with thanks to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. With special thanks to Ronnie Planalp, Louis-Albert de Broglie, Jackie Savitz, Laura Boykin, Dee Dee Yates and Christopher Charles.

Check out all of the talks included in the playlist below: THNKR. ISTE.