OpenEd compiled this list of resources after reviewing teacher video use
The use of video in education is growing by leaps and bounds. Videos are used in classrooms to support student learning, they play a critical role in flipped learning, and they also figure prominently in teacher professional development.
One of the best parts about educational videos? Educators can usually find a free high-quality video to suit any number of needs.
OpenEd, creator of an online library of free and open K-12 resources, recently analyzed the use of videos in its resource library. Eight video publishers appeared as lesser-known — that is to say, you’re probably not on a first-name basis with them — but still popular among teachers.
The eight video publishers emerged as resources that teachers frequently assign. Those publishers include:
1. Have Fun Teaching: Need a video on the alphabet, characters, counting, grammar, math, science, and more? The Have Fun Teaching site offers videos in a variety of learning categories.
Next page: Seven more video resources, along with an infographic illustrating the resources