How Can Using Closed Captioning Improve Student Reading Skills?
Did you know that a simple feature on your television such as Closed Captioning can actually help improve your students reading skills?
Why Should You Add Custom Thumbnails To Your SchoolTube Videos?
If you want to increase the viewership of your K-12 education videos – select better thumbnails. The thumbnail is the small image that is displayed on the video hosting page when the video is not playing. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a video is worth many more. But, people will…
What Is The Role of Video in Cyberbullying?
The Role of Video in Cyberbullying. As noted below, Instagram is now cited as the worst social media platform for cyberbullying, followed by Facebook and Snapchat. All of these mediums are heavily dependent on video as the posting source. Because of the ease with which video can be taken from a smartphone, much of cyberbullying…
10 Best Practices For Creating Quality Teaching Videos
What makes a high-quality teaching video? In this post, we will explore 10 simple to follow ideas that will help you better engage your audience to create effective teachable moments.
5 Reasons Why Tech Coaches Should use SchoolTube as a Training Resource for K12 Teachers
Learn why Tech Coaches are turning to SchoolTube as a Training Resource for their K12 teachers. | http://www.SchoolTube.com
What is a Virtual Classroom?
Learn how your teachers can setup a Virtual Classroom using SchoolTube!
Learn How To Use The SchoolTube Virtual Classroom
An Introduction To Distant Learning Using the SchoolTube Virtual Classroom
Are you struggling to find the best tool for your distant learning classroom? Learn how SchoolTube can help you better engage your students using the Virtual Classroom!
How To Manage Sharable Files In Your Virtual Classroom
One of the best things you can do is create shareable activities with your students during distant learning lessons. Learn how the SchoolTube Virtual Classroom can help you manage your digital files today!
How To Share Your Desktop Inside of the Virtual Classroom