I recently presented YouTube Can Do That?! at the annual TCEA Conference. One of the participants came up to me afterwards to ask where to find good educational channels. That prompted me to create this list of the educational channels I recommend.
Professional Development on Digital Tools
- Teacher Cast (Jeffrey Bradbury) - TeacherCast Podcasts, Broadcasts, App Reviews, Screencasts
- Richard Byrne - videos to support his Free Tech for Teachers blog.
- Kelly Fitzgerald (shameless plug...) - my videos centered around integrating digital tools
Focusing on Google for Education tools
- Google for Education - official channel of Google for Education
- Google Chrome - official YouTube channel for the Chrome browser, OS, Web Store, and Chromebooks
- The Gooru - great informational resource to learn about Google for Education tools.
- Eric Curts - information and tutorials for educational technology resources centered around Google for Education.
- Edutopia - highlights the evidence-based teaching strategies, such as project-based learning, STEAM, response to intervention, tech literacy, etc.
- Buck Institute for Education - centered around project based learning (PBL).
- Ted-Ed - collection of inspiring videos in animation format
- TedX - videos from TedX talks around the globe
- Big Think - showcasing videos from educational experts
- Infinite Thinking - engaging Internet TV show for educators to inspire creativity and innovation
- Amoeba Sisters - videos focusing on explaining difficult science concepts through animation and humor.
- Khan Academy - content based teaching videos
- Discovery Education - stories and experiences from the world of science, natural history, anthropology, survival, geography, and engineering.
- National Geographic - videos featuring stories on natural history, wildlife, and so much more
- SciShow - explores the unexpected of science
- Mathantics - fun videos centered around math concepts
- Educator - instructional videos in math & science