ViewPure is a great resource for showing a YouTube video without all the advertisments or the additonal "recommended" or "similar" videos popping up on the side. Just go to www.viewpure.com and enter in the url for the YouTube video you want to show. Then click "Create" and you will have a nice clean page to show your YouTube video to the class.
These sites are full of videos on a wealth of topics that can help grab your students’ attention.
Visit these sites to get access to free documentaries, public domain films and short clips.
These sites do offer some great educational content, but contain other types of videos as well.
Go through these sites to get great videos and footage from the past and present of American history
Here you’ll find a great collection of videos to illustrate the past and help your students see the beauty of the arts.
If you’ve got no clue how to use a technology or want to see how things work in video form, these tutorial-filled sites should be your first stop.
These video sites offer some great content to add to your lesson plans, and many are geared towards students so they can use them at home as well.
These video sites are maintained by TV networks, offering videos of their programming for teachers to use for free.
On these sites, the videos focus on the fields of science, math and technology
Check out these sites to find some videos that will help you learn more about the subjects you teach and the technology you use.
If you want to share, upload or store your own videos, consider using one of these great online tools.