50 Ways to Use YouTube in the Classroom

YouTube… It isn’t just for entertainment anymore. 

One of today’s most powerful educational tools is free, constantly expanding, in step with current trends, and at your fingertips wherever you are in the world. It doesn’t require extensive training, and it can personalize and improve learning in a variety of impactful, creative, innovative, and relevant ways. 

YouTube is more than videos. YouTube is more than entertainment. YouTube is a dynamic tool for learning that meets students where they are. This book offers succinct, applicable, practical, and flexible strategies and lessons for… 

* Finding educational content that aligns to teaching goals 
* Differentiating and extending learning 
* Improving communication with students and families 
* Increasing creativity in the classroom 
* Providing authentic opportunities for demonstrating knowledge 
* Offering meaningful reflection on learning 
* Engaging students in creating their own educational pathways 

Our students are already accessing YouTube. It just makes sense to meet them where they are as consumers of information and to utilize the tools they choose to maximize understanding in ways that matter. This accessible guide will improve your teaching, your students’ learning, and your classroom culture.

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2 thoughts on “50 Ways to Use YouTube in the Classroom”

  1. Tap the full power of YouTube From the absolute beginner to YouTube, to those who are already curating and creating content, this book is full of practical and relevant strategies, tips and ideas for teachers.Even if you’re not sure where to start, Patrick has highlighted many different options to help you take those first steps. For teachers who are more experienced with YouTube, he’s included tons of quick and easy ways to level up your YouTube game, from collaborative playlists, to customizing your channel,…

  2. This book is great for teachers who might be overwhelmed by YouTube and how they can use it for learning in the classroom, but it also provides advanced ideas for getting students to be creative with video. What I love most about the book are the tutorials which you can access as you read with QR codes that take you right where you need to go. Or you can look through all the tutorials on the book’s website. You can refer students to the tutorials when doing video projects as well. All around…

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