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Enisa

Ibrahimovic

Teachertube
April 8, 2018

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Web 2.0

Web 2.0 is a webs


ite or World Wide
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e dynamic, user dr ey were
future we will be lo iven, and sharing d
oking at Web 3.0 w riven. In the
user’s preference hich will be tailore
s. d to th e

Examples of Web 2
.0 websites includ
sites, and video sh e, social media sit
aring sites such a es, news
s Youtube.

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TeacherTube
http://www.teachertube.com/
“A free community
for sharing
instructional videos
and content for
teachers and
students. We are an
education focused,
safe venue for
teachers, schools,
and home learners.” 3
a c h e r tu b e .c om/
https://www.te
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Teachertube opens up thousands of videos and educational materials. Once you
sign up you can start uploading your videos, audios, photos, documents, etc.

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TEACHERTUBE DESCRIPTION

*** User Warning: Beware of Ads. The ads start popping out of everywhere.
There is a subscription fee that you can pay to get rid of the ads. The Vacation
Ads look really good though :)
Once logged in you start searching as a teacher, parent, or a student. You can
search by topics or subjects. You can select your favorite videos, add them to
your playlist and show them to the class during lecture.

There are 32 available categories to learn from. Ranging from Elementary to


College Education.

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USES
EDUCATIONAL

Teachertube can be directly used in the classroom setting by showing mini-lessons,


using them as a hook, or expending on the topic. Short brief videos can grab
students attention and make learning more fun. Variety of topics can appeal to
wide range of teachers and students. Currently it is being utilized widely in the
classroom and I hope more teachers continue to use this tool..

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TEACHING
PRACTICES

Teachertube can be used as:


1. Hook/Warm Up
2. Lesson
3. Review
4. Assessment
5. Test
6. Visual Aide 9
ADVANTAGES

1. Mini Lesson Plans


2. Lectures
3. Visual explanations of concepts
4. Documents
5. Classroom groups
6. Audio Access
7. Free service 10
AD VA N TA GE S
DIS
Cost & Ads

1. ADS

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REFERENCES:
Sm i th J . ( 2 0 07)
Smith A.,
Retrieved from: e .c o m o n
a c h e r tu b
https://www.te
April 8, 2018

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