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  • YouTube/EDU - Auto-organized education videos.
  • TED-Ed - Audio from incredible teachers brought to life by some of the world's best animators.
  • MinutePhysics - Simply put: cool physics and other sweet science.
  • PBS Idea Channel - Here's an idea: a PBS show that examines the connections between pop culture, technology and art
  • Pgreensoup’s Teacher and Student Tutorials - Okay, you caught me. This is shameless promotion of my own channel that features tutorials of technology tools used in education (and sometimes just fun videos of my five-year-old that only gramma wants to watch).
  • The Economics Classroom - Jason Welker’s video lessons for introductory Economics students, focusing on Micro, Macro and International Economics topics.
  • IB Chemisty Video Review - section by section explanations of IB Chem topics utilizing graphs, charts and even gaming videos
  • Autograph Maths - videos of using the program Autograph to visualize maths concepts.
  • Bozeman Biology - Paul Andersen, the 2011 Montana Teacher of the Year, explains all things Biology.
  • Crash Course - The popular Vlogbrothers give weekly lessons in science and the humanities - college will never be the same again.
  • Edutopia - Inspiration and information for what works in education.

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YouTube customizes your "start page" based on what it thinks you want to watch using your watch history, likes, your location and your subscriptions.


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Create a YouTube Account

Go to Youtube, and then sign in using your Google Account. Hit the upload button and follow the prompts to get your channel up and running.

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Search for topics related to your teaching. Are there channels out there that look like they might be producing stuff you can use?

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