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[Infographic] The Surprising Benefit of YouTube in the Classroom

[Infographic] The Surprising Benefit of YouTube in the Classroom

By Jessica Sanders

Every minute, 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube. As a teacher, this means YouTube is a treasure trove of educational content that will not only get your students excited, but help enhance your lesson. Surprisingly, however, that’s not the most important benefit. What is? Using this simple—and free!—tool can help increase pass rates for your students. Some of the most important reasons why include:

  • Increased engagement—videos make your lessons more memorable.
  • Lesson supplementation—videos help take your lesson to the next level.
  • Video library—with so many videos to choose from, you have a library at your fingertips.

See how you can implement YouTube in your classroom right away with these tips and flipped classroom suggestions.

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