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Top Websites that provide Educational Video Tutorials for Teachers

Video tutorials are great way to stimulate students cognitive capabilities and elicit more engagement from their part. But not all the teachers have the necessary skills or time to go about creating tutorials for their students and this is why we should always make sure we have a bunch of ready-made tutorials at our disposal for rainy days.





There are actually many video platforms online that provide tutorials but as we you probably know , selecting the good ones from the bad is where the shoe pinches.


   Here are some related links of relevant interest :






To help you have a free access to some of the best video websites where you can browse, view, and share ready-made tutorials, we came up with the list below. Check it out





1- Teacher Training Videos




This is another great platform where you can have access to a wide variety of video tutorials on different topics.




2- Explania



Here is where you can watch hundreds of animate explanations, interactive tutorials, animations and instructional videos.



3- Bright Storm



Brightstorm offers time-saving homework help videos in algebra 1-2, geometry, calculus, science, biology, chemistry and many more.




4- Woopid



Watch free technology training videos. Get help and answer your computer and gadget questions with thousands of video tutorials for PCs, Macs and tons of different applications




5- Under Ten Minutes




This is an awesome video resources for teachers looking for easy and simple tutorials on how to use education technology quickly




6- Common Craft



Common Craft Videos have helped teachers and trainers delight millions by making complex ideas easy to understand. It features great videos but requires membership



7- SchoolTube



Watch student videos created by both students and teachers about everything from Anime to Zoology.



8- Knowmia



Knowmia is a repository of thousands of video on any subject from the worlds best teachers.



9- Learn it in 5



This is a powerful library of how-to-videos, produced by technology teachers, for the purpose of helping teachers and students create strategies for today's 21st century's digital classroom.





1- Learners TV




This website offers video tutorials on different topics including : physics, biology, maths, computer science, engineering, literature, and many more.





11- Sheldonworkshops





This is a must see page . It is basically a wiki packed full of links to video tutorials on different topics  including ICT, copyright, cybersafety and many more.


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  2. I love these lists, but why is it when you click on the logos, it just brings up the picture? Can the logos be linked to the actual websites?

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  3. Nice blog to reading thanks for sharing such useful information this is very helpful for students who learn online and want Help Assignment.And keep continue to sharing useful information for us.

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  4. Viva eLearning is the new member of the eLearning ecosystem supported by eLearning Industry.

    It is a collection of Free eLearning Video Tutorials for students, teachers, educators, and generally people involved in the eLearning industry that would like to learn how to use or master educational and learning technologies.

    We have a collection of 200+ Free eLearning Video Tutorials that covers educational and learning technologies such as Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate 6, Camtasia, iSpring Suite, Moodle, eFront, xtimeline, Easygenerator, TalentLMS, and much more... By the end of December 2012, we will extent our collection of Free eLearning Video Tutorials to 1000+ Free eLearning Video Tutorials.

    For more info please see http://elearningindustry.com/subjects/general/item/404-free-video-tutorials-elearning-education-edtech

    Have a wonderful day,
    Christopher Pappas

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