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  • 1. Finding Resources for the Australian Curriculum on YouTube Fiona Jostsons @fjostsons
  • 2. Search Tips Use Advanced Options or Filters
  • 3. Adding to Playlists Add to a playlist or Create a new playlist By clicking on Add To Create a new playlist here
  • 4. View Playlists Playlists are listed down the side of your YouTube page
  • 5. Sharing Playlists Every Playlist has its own URL which you can share Hit Share to email, or share to your favourite social media
  • 6. Channels • Subscribe to Channels to receive updates about latest uploads • Can manage your channels in collections • Can search on the channels for pre-qualified content!
  • 7. Some Maths Channels for Australian Curriculum • Why U • TeacherTube Math • Khan Academy • MathMeeting • HarderHSCMaths • NumberPhile • Vihart • Geogebra • MinuteEarth • Mathlicious • Veritasium
  • 8. More! How to get rid of Ads in You tube videos • Chrome Extension – Adblock Youtube Resources • MisterSill’s Youtube in the Classroom • Ipaddiction- Youtube Resources for Educators
  • 9. References • How to get subscribe to good channels in YouTube • 8 YouTube Channels for Maths by Educational Technology and Mobile Learning • 10 recommended You tube EDU tainment channels. by Emerging Ed Tech • Seven YouTube Channels Not Named Khan Offering Math Lessons by Free Technology for Teachers • Have You Seen These 10 Fab Science and Math You Tube Channels? By Maths Insider
  • 10. Playlists • Playlists allow users to organize videos and choose the order they're shown. • A good educational playlist has a number of clips which – explains the basics of a concept – hooks students into a lesson – provides real world context – brings a concept to life • Playlists for Teachers can be found here.