"Teaching Channel," a YouTube EDU partners, shares advice on how teachers can stay busy this summer on YouTube.
"To support teachers" professional growth, Teaching Channel captures great teaching on video -- sharing knowledge with anyone looking to improve learning for students. On our YouTube channel, you can see everything from using rhythm in teaching reading to explaining the beauty of haikus with fruit. Many of the lessons are aligned with the new Common Core standards being adopted by many states for implementation in the coming school year," informs Google.
"If you have a great idea for a video, know a teacher we should check out or just want to discover some great ideas, subscribe and post feedback in our channel comments," added google.
You can also come by and see us at the NEA (June 30-July 1) or AFT (July 13) conferences.
In th e meantime just sing School's Out For Summer:
[Source: YouTube blog]