Education in Video
is the first online collection of streaming video developed specifically
for training and developing teachers. More than 1,000 video titles
totaling 750+ hours of teaching demonstrations, lectures, documentaries,
and primary-source footage of students and teachers in actual classrooms
give education students a way to observe the intricacies of behavior,
tone, facial expression, and body language that define effective
Covering hundreds of special topics and themes
and with videos representing many different teaching and learning
conditions, this collection offers students the most comprehensive
survey of the teaching profession available, including footage of
classrooms outside of North America. While most teachers log a number of
hours in teaching clinics and classroom internships, their exposure to a
diversity of schools, geographic regions, classroom types, teaching
approaches, and student populations is limited. With Education
in Video, students can access the most diverse array of
learning environments imaginable.
You may create
and share playlists containing a collection of your favorite videos by
creating a free account.
Videos in this collection can
be embedded in D2L course content.
Please view this step-by-step
procedure for the recommended method to provide
access both on and off campus.
This product is optimized to operate with Microsoft
Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher, and Firefox 3.0 or
higher. Audio and video resources are accessible with
Adobe Flash Player 9 or higher.
to verify this resource can be accessed from your
Teaching and Discussion Guides
Many of the videos in this collection include
supplementary materials to aid in their use in classroom
discussions and assignments. These materials are
available as downloadable pdf files.
The collection is indexed to meet
the specific search needs of education faculty and
students. Search and browse by grade level; subject
(mathematics, language arts, etc.); topic (special
education, literacy, multicultural education, etc.);
educational theory; and other criteria.
Unlike physical DVDs and VHS
tapes, this online collection makes it easy to queue
up video for in-class or assigned watching.
Clip-making tools and personalized playlists you can
annotate and share—each with a permanent URL—let you
integrate video into the syllabus or your course
management system seamlessly and effortlessly.
scrolling transcripts run alongside each video,
enhancing navigation and access. Click ahead in the
transcript, and the video jumps to that point. Scan
hours of video in seconds.
On-the-go access using most
handheld mobile devices makes it easy for students
to watch assigned footage.
Education in Video can be accessed from anywhere with a valid APSU ID.