Using YouTube To Teach
Teachers, have you ever felt that your students prefer to watch YouTube videos on their phones rather than you? Of course you have.
Well, don’t sneer, but YouTube is your friend, not your rival. And believe it or not, it can help you become a better teacher.
Planning lessons is one of the headaches of being a teacher. But teachers nowadays are lucky they live in the Internet age.
Their new friend YouTube provides access to a plethora of instructional materials they can use in their lessons.
No matter what subject they’re looking for, there’s definitely something on YouTube that can help.
Here are some useful YouTube channels, sorted by subject:
Educational YouTube Channels
|Science||Make Me Genius
|Maths||Mr. Robb’s Math Videos|
|Chemistry and Physics||Institute of Physics|
|English||BBC Learning English|
|Educational Documentaries||National Geographic|
|General Knowledge||Crash Course|
All The Best To Teachers
We’d like to wish teachers all the best, as we know that their jobs aren’t easy.
As a parting gift, they can read our inspirational story of a teacher who connected with her students by dancing in a bunny suit, and in turn her students saved the last dance for her.
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