There is a lot of great educational content on YouTube. The challenge that many teachers and students have is finding and keeping track of it all. Turn on the collaboration feature when you start making a playlist and then work with your colleagues to develop lists of educational videos for your students. You could also have students collaborate with you or their classmates to create a playlist of review videos. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to collaboratively create a YouTube playlist.
If you’re concerned about students accessing inappropriate videos through YouTube, you don’t need to completely block access to YouTube. You can use these settings to safely manage student use of YouTube in your school.
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My calendar for 2017 is almost full and 2018 is starting to fill in. I’d love to add your school to my schedule. Send me an email at richardbyrne (at) freetech4teachers.com and let’s talk about how we can work together.