Video in the classroom has evolved since the days when teachers wheeled in film projectors on carts, report the Wall Street Journal: More teachers are using online video-sharing sites modeled after Google Inc.’s YouTube to engage with students. And video is no longer a one-way channel of communication; students are participating in the creation of videos, too. On TeacherTube, a video-sharing site for students and educators, educators share material, such as instructional math videos, with classrooms around the world. Another site, SchoolTube, mainly hosts videos produced by students in class with the help of their teachers…

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