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TODD’S TECH TUESDAY: 47 alternatives to YouTube

December 6, 2011

We have featured Free Technology for Teachers a few times simply because we think it is one of the best resources on the web for K-12 educators. Today’s post-47 Alternatives to Using YouTube in the Classroom-is not new but is the most visited post on Richard Byrne’s award-winning blog. Check it out to learn more about options for using video with your students. Video is really useful tool for meeting the needs of a wider range of learners. Not only does using it allow teachers to illustrate concepts, provide rich examples, and bring learning to life, but it also lets certain students access that element of the lesson repeatedly if necessary. It is also a tool that can be used to differentiate instruction as not every learner or small group need access the same examples.

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