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Celine Provini joined EducationWorld as editor in 2011. She previously trained educators to implement and evaluate best practices for positive school climate, bullying prevention, youth mentoring and...
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YouTube Blocked? Try This

Want to flip your classroom or enhance traditional classroom lessons? Educators whose schools block access to YouTube will enjoy browsing the more than 1,000 free videos at NextVistanextvista videos

All videos in the site's regular collections are aimed at a student audience, highlighting the creativity of students and teachers around the world. Video categories include Light Bulbs (instructing on a specific topic), Global Views (helping kids understand different cultures and the global community and Seeing Service (highlighting social-justice efforts around the world).

Users are encouraged to submit short (five minutes or less) creative videos that could help students learn anything they might encounter in school. The nonprofit site is also ad-free.