Donny Khalaf

YouTube Channels for Teachers

In Technology, Training for Staff, Website on November 21, 2013 at 3:34 pm
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I have been reading varieties of K-12 Technology magazine and received a great tools for teacher(s) to get the best information they need for their classroom. I noticed teacher will do well when learning how to use technology equipment through hand-on training. My best pick for teacher(s) to use is the YouTube EDU. It was launched in 2009, YouTube EDU centralizes content from over 100 universities and colleges, providing access to lectures, research, and campus tours. Think of it as an enormous global video classroom within the YouTube, divided into three categories: Primary & Secondary Education, University and Lifelong Learning. Since our school district is using FANS Videos Storage through VBrick, this is similar idea of YouTube EDU. We hope FANS will become like YouTube EDU to help teacher, staff, student, and parent.

Please check out the link: YouTube EDU and see how you will benefit for your classroom and to give you better idea how to upload more videos into our district FANS.


Donny 🙂


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