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Screencasts for Teachers

Links to Free Video Resources on the Web

PBS's Mind/Shift has prepared a useful guide for  using video in the classroom. You can download the pdf guide on the Mind/Shift blog.

ScienceHack - This search engine sight looks only for videos related to the sciences. From the front page: "every science video on ScienceHack is screened by a scientist to verify its accuracy and quality"

TeacherTube - This site looks a lot like YouTube but the videos aren't blocked. It was created for educators and they ask you to flag any inappropriate content to keep it safe for kids. That will keep it unblocked. You can upload videos and show them to your students in class.

Frontline from PBS - Lots of education video can be view for free right from website.

Lerner.Org - Teacher resources and professional development from Annenberg.

Video from the National Gallery of Art -Video and podcasts of topics related to art from the collections.

SnagFilms lets you embed documentary films in your webpages.

Instructions for adding a YouTube file download tool for Firefox. - Teachers' Domain is a free digital media service for educational use from public broadcasting and its partners. You'll find thousands of media resources, support materials, and tools for classroom lessons, individualized learning programs, and teacher professional learning communities.

PBS Learning Media  -  Video and other teacher resources for all grades and disciplines.

Real World Applications  - From the Santa Clara County Office of Education