How Do I Find Video Clips for Education?
- 60 Smart Video Collections on YouTube | Open Culture
Open Culture has organized quality YouTube videos into 55 video collections by helpful categories such as Science, Technology, Politics/Society, Law, etc. The videos come from media outlets, cultural institutions, universities and non-profits.
- Annenberg Media
Educational video programs with coordinated Web and print materials for the professional development of K-12 teachers. Helps teachers increase their expertise in their fields and assist them in improving their teaching methods. Free sign-up is required for first-time users.
- Big Think
Register Free to access video clips of expert and ideas on Big Think. Access hundreds of hours of direct, unfiltered interviews with leading thinkers, movers and shakers: artists, politicians, business people, scientists, philosophers, etc.
- Doing What Works
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, Doing What Works provides video clip and print examples of how research-based practices might be implemented in classrooms, helping educators identify and use effective teaching practices.
- Edutopia Video
Video Library on topics such as assessment, community partnerships, emotional intelligence, technology integration, mentoring, etc. Show real students and teachers engaging in learning and expert interviews.
- Open Vault
WGBH TV archive 1968-1993 – a gold mine of teachable video clips, provides online access to unique and historically important content.
- PBS Teachers: Search
Search by keyword/subject area and grade, them limit to: “Audio/Video Clips”. Also search home site http://www.pbs.org/ for viewing online programs and web exclusive videos accompanying PBS programs. Subscribe to PBS video podcasts or join Flickr Group.
- Teacher Tube
Online community for sharing instructional videos. An educationally focused, safe venue for teachers, schools, and home learners. Provides anytime, anywhere professional development with teachers teaching teachers. Teachers can post videos designed for students to view in order to learn a concept or skill.
- Futures Channel
High quality mathematics, science, technology multimedia content which educators can use to enliven curriculum, engage students and connect to real world careers and achievement.
- McGraw-Hill Professional Development Best Practice Video Library: Science, Math & Social Studies.
Best practice video library presents 4 videos of classroom math instruction. More videos may be added to this library but currently only 4 are loaded.
- NCTM Reflections
NCTM's video-based, professional development Website, is designed to help teachers algebra in grades 3-8 observe, analyze, critique, and improve classroom practices. Videos of instruction are accompanied by Reflection Topics and Critical Teaching Questions, Guiding Beliefs and alignment with Algebra Standards.
- Reading Links Lessons
16 videos of elementary school teachers demonstrating reading components and strategies for comprehension, fluency, vocabulary acquisition, writing and ELL learners.
Select from featured Video Series (Time-Lapsed Glacier, Deadly Predators),
WildCam Videos, and videos by category, such as: animals, daily news, environment,
people and places, space, and National Geographic specials.
- Newton’s Apple Science (produced by Twin Cities Public Television)
300 streamed science video clips. Browse categories, or enter keyword. Topics include animals & plants, earth & space, health & medicine, physics and sports, etc.
- Teacher’s Domain
Create free account at Teacher’s Domain to access hundreds of science videos (National Science Digital Library) on topics such as life science, earth/space science, physical science, etc. Organized by grade level, subject and media type (video, audio, interactive, image).
- CNN Videos
Video relating to up-to-the-moment breaking news stories.
- History Channel Video Gallery
Quality videos on all topics: This Day in History, Great Speeches, Society & Culture, Historical Figures, Science & Technology, World History and more.
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Film and Video Archive
Locate film clips in this new online catalog to the Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive, the Museum's comprehensive collection of archival film footage documenting the Holocaust and World War II.
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