September So Far: Our Most Viewed Videos of the Month

September 12th, 2013 | by Stephan Maldonado

September is back to school month, and for us here at TeacherTube, that means two things:

  1. More of you are creating awesome, dynamic videos to use in your own classroom and share with other teachers.
  2. More of you are watching videos, taking advantage of the diverse resources TeacherTube members are creating and coming up with interesting and exciting ways to integrate them into the classroom.

Though we’re only two weeks into September, the first week or so of school sees a tremendous increase in the number of teachers searching and posting videos as they look for new lesson materials and make tweaks to their curricula. To give you an idea of what your fellow TeacherTube members are watching, we’ve rounded up the seven most viewed videos of September!

U.S. Presidents Rap/Song Music Video

Uploaded by Mrfreeze

This is a song that was written and performed by Mr. Friesen’s 5th grade class at Nelson Elementary in Haysville, KS. We hope it will help students learn all the U.S. presidents in order.

Frog Dissection Instructions

Uploaded by Mramey

This great video integrates step-by-step instructions and recommendations for frog dissections with actual footage of a dissection that clearly labels each part of the frog.

DDay; In Memory of the Fallen

Uploaded by AIHE

Peter Fantacone recalls his memories of DDay, serving in the US Navy on an LCI. Relive Peter’s unforgettable story as he tells of his friends and shipmates, and how he survived one of the bloodiest battles of WWII.

The Water Cycle Song

Uploaded by David Bydlowski

This is a song written and performed by Science Explosion, a group of science educators. The group includes David Bydlowski, Charles Kline, and Fred Ribits. You can contact them at:
ScienceExplosion@aol.com or visit them at: ScienceExplosion.com

50 States and Capitals (cartoon song)

Uploaded by teacheroz

This fun video uses the popular Animaniacs cartoon characters to sing each state and its capital in a catchy and easy-to-remember rhyme that is sure to get stuck in your head!

We Didn’t Start the Fire

Uploaded by mrallsop

A video to accompany the song “We Didn’t Start the Fire” with an image and/or video for every event mentioned. Perfect for use in History and Social Studies classes for an overview of events 1945-1989.

I Have a Dream Speech

Uploaded by bcurranslhs

TeacherTube user bcurranlhs has provided a copy of the video for Martin Luther King Jr.’s landmark “I Have a Dream” speech, a great teaching tool to commemorate the recent 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, where the speech was originally delivered.

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