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Youtube in the Classroom

Many ways that Youtube can be used in a classroom setting

Brittany Terwey

on 6 April 2011

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Transcript of Youtube in the Classroom

Positives Classroom Supplement Explanation of concepts
Fun way to learn
relevant to different genders Unique way to keep kids involved Wide Range of Subject Application relevant to many age groups Elementary school games Recorded lectures Gives all students an opportunity to succeed Special Needs Negatives Youtube may not be appropriate May be blocked Determining Validity May not apply to all learning styles Youtube in the Classroom By:
Kaitlin Soendker
Ethan Mclean
Taylor Woodruff
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