Different age levels require teachers to explain concepts with varying degrees of detail, language complexity and pace. Teachers have to approach the explanation of a chemical reaction or a historical event very differently to primary and upper-level students. Finding video clips that align with specific student age groups can be difficult, so we’ve highlighted a few content partners new to the platform dedicated to creating videos that spark learning and understanding tailored to select age levels.
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- Little Smart Planet: Fuel curiosity for students with videos from Little Smart Planet. Children ages 1-5 will learn colors, numbers, the alphabet, seasons, songs and more with animated videos. Use Little Smart Planet videos in your class or courseware to start teaching students foundations for additional learning.
- Super Geek Heroes: Follow along with animated 3D superhero characters and learn concepts important for early childhood learning and development. Beyond helping children understand the world around them, topics include: personal, social and emotional development, communication and language, literacy, mathematics, physical development and expressive arts and design. Find videos to use as you teach, or to help flesh out some of your teaching curriculum.
- Visual Learning: Learning concepts in science can be difficult without a way to see how a concept works in action. Incorporate animated, interactive videos from Visual Learning Systems in your classroom or courseware to explain complex topics in science for students of varying age levels.
- MakeMatic: Find short, bite-sized videos about top social issues from MakeMatic, and have students engage in discussion and form opinions about key topics. Pick out a video to use in your classroom, or use a video in your curriculum to illustrate a crucial point.
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