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Here are an Abundance of Online Education Treasures - the You Tube Edu Gurus

Consider how these can help you and your students.

You and they can subscribe to their channels like I did for lots of free education fixes.

You can use selected ones for your flipped classroom.

You can have your brightest students bookmark and tag the best ones.

Then review and revise their selections. 

Then share those as needed with the slowest and fastest students.

These can make for great ways a student to prepare for subjects that will be taking next term or repeating.

The students that love to learn can explore these during the term, during breaks or during summer.

Home school teachers can use these to develop assignments. 

Steve Spangler Science: http://www.youtube.com/SteveSpanglerScience
Minute Physics: http://www.youtube.com/minutephysics
PBSIdeaChannel: http://www.youtube.com/pbsideachannel
Numberphile: http://www.youtube.com/numberphile
Deep Sky Videos: http://www.youtube.com/deepskyvideos
Veritasium: http://www.youtube.com/1veritasium
ViHart: http://www.youtube.com/vihart
CGP Grey: http://www.youtube.com/cgpgrey
VSauce: http://www.youtube.com/vsauce
TedEd: http://www.youtube.com/TEDEducation

Also, YouTube named the next "EDU GURUs" Check them out.
http://www.youtube.com/AmorSciendi
http://www.youtube.com/AsapSCIENCE
http://www.youtube.com/bozemanbiology
http://www.youtube.com/hughesdv
http://www.youtube.com/KemushiChan
http://www.youtube.com/Lexie527
http://www.youtube.com/mathapptician
http://www.youtube.com/powerm1985
http://www.youtube.com/profspop
http://www.youtube.com/SpanishIsYourAmigo 

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Comment by John S. Oliver on November 7, 2012 at 17:46

I love that concept of a group of learners working together on this. 

They can use a book marking service and share the link to the collection here for others.

The best book marking service I have found is Diigo http://www.diigo.com

Comment by Hazel Owen on November 7, 2012 at 16:32
What a wonderfully wide range of resources... maybe groups of learners could work together to categorise, tag, rate, and summarise some in away that is meaningful to them...and then share the resulting collection. Could be a positive thing to do on many levels :-)
Comment by John S. Oliver on November 6, 2012 at 16:20

I admit that it would take much time to carefully explore these links. Maybe you can book mark these for those times you can give it your best attention like during the holiday break. 

Comment by John S. Oliver on November 6, 2012 at 16:16

Each of the channels is mostly one subject. Most can apply to high school and some to college prep. If you and your fellow teachers go through these you could find those few that could be used for extra credit with an assignment suited to the grade level. 

May I suggest that one of the challenges and opportunities of any teacher is to gradually instill the love of learning into the students. That will last a life time. These videos are like seeds you can sow into the soils of the learners that are put under your care for a short while.

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