During this week's installment of tech in 10, we will discuss tools to help with YouTube videos. Do you enjoy showing YouTube videos to your class, but cringe at the comments, suggested videos, or ads prior to the video? Or maybe you are wondering if your students are actually watching the video you assigned to them prior to class. Why not try out of these tools to help you with the next time you show a video.
Tools to help with Ads
Is this a must-see YouTube video but you worry about the ads, comments, and suggested videos? Thank you @NKeithBlend for the informative video about Watchkin! Take away all the clutter with the tools listed below.
Tools to trim the video
Only want your students to watch a portion of the video? Why not try this tool to trim the videos. Once the video is trimmed to your specifications you can then send out the link or embed it into your website.
Adding assessment into videos
Want to make sure that the video you created is actually being viewed by students prior to class? Why not try one of these three free tools to embed questions into YouTube videos.
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