If you're looking for class hacks, you've come to the right place.
10 Class Hacks Using Microsoft Office is where it was at last week in video watching for teacher professional development. While there are dozens of options for professional development and ways to help teachers learn, SimpleK12's Teacher Learning Community (TLC), with its over 650,000 teacher members, provides an excellent cross-section of teachers. Therefore, I put some weight behind whatever is most popular inside this Community.
Here are the Top 10 most popular online videos for teachers reviewed inside the Community within the past 7 days. (If you are a full member of the TLC, make sure to sign in so there's no charge to watch the video or to receive your professional development CEU credits.)
Top 10 Online Videos for Teachers (7 days through 25 January 2016):
If you would like to hack your classroom and gain more instructional time with your students, check with Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Robyn Hrivnatz as she shows you 10 tricks and tips for using Microsoft Office more efficiently so that you can hack your classroom, save time, and gain more time to spend on what matters the most – your students!
Robyn shows how you can gain back instructional time with your students by using technology to increase efficiencies with common teaching tasks that cause time sinks. She also explains how to use technology to enhance learning, even when you have a substitute with your students, and she shares tools that teachers and students can use to create with ease without spending too much time tinkering with the technology. Stop fire this video up and discover how to save time with Microsoft Office hacks you didn't know existed!
Are there some other Teacher Learning Community videos you've seen that others should know about? Or, how about other sites you'd like to recommend for other online videos for teachers?
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