- Trusted Educational Content -

Educators pre-approve and share select videos with students

JuniorTube EDU allows teachers and educators to share with students curated videos that they pre-approve and collect on their own playlists on YouTube. One-step set up will subscribe students to teacher's playlists of educational videos.

Use YouTube videos to engage students in focus activities by creating and sharing classroom playlists with students
I share this with my A level students to help them revise topics they’re struggling with
Amazing slam poetry. I wish there was a clean version so I could share it with my students.
Creating Videos help me focus on students who need more help. Considering the numbers in my classroom it is very hard getting to everyone.
@loticonnection on TwitterApr 22nd 2016
@_Nosila_ on TwitterJul 14th 2016
@GretchenGio on TwitterJul 23rd 2016
@JLM_ITCoach on TwitterApr 8th 2013
- Focused Students -

Limited Library of Videos Focus Students on Classroom's Topics

With JuniorTube EDU, students only have access to the videos that their teachers are sharing with them.

Give students time limits w/ their videos bc they should focus in on the topic & limit their exposure.
@RachelVSmall on TwitterJun 29th 2014
- Remote Sharing of Videos with Students -

Students Access Curated Videos Remotely

With a simple code, teachers can share with the entire classroom of students a playlist of curated videos. Students who subscribe to teacher's playlist of pre-approved videos will get any new videos on their device every time the teacher adds a new video to their shared playlist.

I added a video to a @YouTube playlist http://youtu.be/yBxDswS7l2s?a Zill counting and rhythms – for my Bayou Belly students!
I added a video to a @YouTube playlist http://youtu.be/L1xd51iIIiI?a Some of my students are really talented.
so proud of my students. WELL DONE KIDS!! 2016 musical videos playlist.
@SahiraBDance on TwitterJul 23rd 2016
@WiCMoore on TwitterJun 10th 2016
@carlosrpmusica on TwitterMar 17th 2016
- Students Get Creative -

Students Draw and Annotate on Top of Videos

Students can annotate on any frame of any video they watch on JuniorTube EDU, and they create digital stories to turn in for assessment.

Review learning by getting students to annotate videos
@mich1879 on TwitterMar 10th 2016
- QR Codes -

Teachers Use QR Codes to Share Videos and Playlists

It's extremely easy for teachers to subscribe all their students to a curated playlist of videos - via a QR code. Also, videos can be shared one by one to all or select students in a classroom, to individualize and customize learning and education.

Excited to start digital storytelling PBL next week! Students creating slide video; then QR code to view video during gallery walk! Cool.
Have students add a QR code to poster that links to a student created video or audio explanation of the material #ncdlcn
@OUbowers on TwitterFeb 24th 2017
@RockStarTchr on TwitterJan 3rd 2017
- Quizzes -

Students Respond To Quizzes Created By Their Teachers

If you know a better way to assess students' knowledge and level of comprehension other than quizzes, write us a note. But from what we've heard from educator everywhere, quizzes are paramount for assessing and grading students. So, teachers, create quizzes on top of any video on JuniorTube EDU, and remotely share them with your students, then evaluate the responses. It's that easy!

I refuse to reinvent the wheel. I will teach using video/flipped classroom, interactive quizzes and digital applications.
@CarolaBogezi on TwitterJan 27th 2017
- VR / AR -

Students Experience 360-degree VR Videos

JuniorTube apps for iOS allow you to handpick and curate 360° VR videos from YouTube or Facebook and share them with students. On JuniorTube on an iPad, kids can adjust the 360° video orientation with their fingertips. And if you add 360° videos to JuniorTube app on an iPhone or iPod, you can switch the video playback to 'stereo mode' and insert your device into a Google Cardboard or any VR headset. Then... you should watch kids really getting excited about all the things they learn and experience in that VR world.

Curriculum aligned narrative education videos – in 360 degree. Come see the future of video in the classroom.
@EvanClark on TwitterJan 25th 2017
~ STUDENTS GET CREATIVE ~

Students Explore Beyond Watching Videos

STUDENTS ANNOTATE AND DRAW ON TOP OF VIDEOS
STUDENTS SCAN QR CODES FROM BOOKS OR FLYERS, TO COLLECT AND WATCH NEW EDU VIDEOS
STUDENTS SLOW DOWN VIDEO'S PLAYBACK FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF TOPICS
STUDENTS DISCOVER VIDEOS SHARED AND ORGANIZED BY THEIR TEACHERS
~ ENABLE TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH VIDEOS ~

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