First thank you all for the positive feedback I received in your emails following the publication of "12 Educational Videos your should not Miss". I do feel glad my posts are leaving good impressions on some of you.In the same regard and to provide you with more video resources , I have compiled a list of YouTube video channels that are sepecifically made for teachers and educators. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has already featured a couple of posts about such channels in the past but this one here is the most recent an updated list which includes some channels I have not covered before.
With these channels on your favourite list, you will be able to have free unlimited access to a treasure trove of awesome educational videos that are made to meet your teaching needs within a general framework of the 21st century education. The list is , of course, not comprehensive and I might inadvertently missed some other important channels but the ones listed below are among the top you can think of .
Please if you have other suggestions share them with us below and let us benefit from you too. Thanks
Here is the list :
1- TED Education
I have talked about this resource in many instances but I honestly can not start this list without including it first. This my favourite and it has dozens ( more than 50 ) educational videos that you can share with your students in the classroom. Check it out.
2- YouTube Education
This is another great video channel that provides educational videos and lectures to teachers
3- YouTube Teachers
This channel includes over 700.000 high educational videos from over 800 channels.
4- Buck Institute for Education
BIE is dedicated to improving 21st century teaching and learning by creating and disseminating products, practices and knowledge for effective project based learning.
5- Pearson Foundation
This is a non-profit organization that aims to make a difference by promoting literacy, learning and great teaching.
6- Teaching Channel
This a channel that provides awesome educational videos with more than 3470 subscribers.
7- Ascd whole child
Founded in 1943, ASCD ( formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development ) is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that represents more than 175.000 educators from 119 countries.
8- Common Sense Educators
Common Sense Media offers this free Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum to help educators empower their students and their school communities to be safe, responsible, and savvy as they navigate this fast-paced digital world.
9- TED Talks
TED Talks shares the best ideas from TED conference with the world, for free, trusted voices and convention-breaking mavericks, icons and geniuses, all giving the talk of their lives in 18 minutes.
I could not close this list without including Edutopia another great resource for educational videos.