Videos in the classroom

A couple of topics in this posting.

First off, here is a link to a site that has collected 100 videos for use in the classroom.  Not all of these are for learners, some are for teachers, but still, there are some really great videos here.

Secondly, in the comments to Dan’s post on videos (found here) there are some comments from other teachers like Jackie, Dina and Todd that we need some repository for all these lists.  We need a way to collectively work together and share the video love.

This is really hard to do.  We are all busy, we are all trying to keep up with our learners who are pushing us every day to do better.

Scott Mcleod at Dangerously Irrelevant, however, already has a wiki called Moving Forward set up and running that has a lot of this kind of content.  More importantly, he put out a call for MORE content.

Wow, kind of serendipitous that within 2 weeks all these things came together.  I posted over at Dangerously Irrelevant the links to Jackie’s, Todd’s, and my list of videos.  I think it is really up to Scott to respond on his blog and let us know if he wishes his wiki to act as such a consolidator.   I just posted my list to his “Videos and Handouts” page though.

So, Scott.  What say you?

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