This video explains how teachers can manually approve YouTube videos so they are viewable by students.
Dealing with YouTube videos can sometimes create classroom anxiety. This list of resources can help make YouTube easier to work with.
Videos without ads or comments – Trim video
- Safeshare.tv : This site gives you a custom link to your YouTube or Vimeo video that you can share with your students through classroom, or your website. Safeshare also allows you to trim the beginning or end of the video to focus on just the content you want. It also removes ads and comments that could appear if the video was accessed directly from YouTube or Vimeo.
- TubeChop : Trims YouTube videos and allows sharing of custom link
Create interactive videos by adding commentary or quizzing
- EdPuzzle : add voice narration and quizzing to videos. Tracks student responses and lets you know if they watched the video.
- EduCanon : an online learning environment to create and share interactive video lessons
- Zaption : add images, text, quizzes, and discussions to existing videos from YouTube.