Many teachers nowadays are already integrating videos in teaching. We know that Youtube is one of the most popular video sharing websites on the internet, so in this tutorial, I am going to teach you how to create a Youtube playlist. Youtube playlist enables a teacher to select a number of videos and arranged them in order in which the students can view them.
How to Create a YouTube Playlist
1.) Login to your Google account and go to Youtube.
2.) In the upper right side of the Youtube home page, you will see your name or your account’s name. Click it and then select Video Manager. » Read more
For teachers who are blogging, it is sometimes needed to just show a portion of a video or sometimes it is necessary to hide certain portions of a video. There are two ways to do this. First, you can permanently trim the video, and second, you can just hide show a certain portion without literally trimming.
In this tutorial, I am going to teach you how to literally trim. The word ‘trim’ in this tutorial, literally means to cut the unneeded portion of the video. Note that you can only do this if you are the one who uploaded the video. Once you do this, you cannot undo the process. Below are the steps in trimming a Youtube video.
How to Trim Youtube Videos
1.) Login to your Youtube account.
2.) After logging in, click your name (or the name of your channel) on the upper right part of page and click Video Manager. » Read more
To all math teachers, mathematicians, and math enthusiasts who are also Facebook users, it is now possible to use Latex on Facebook. All you have to do is to use Google Chrome as a browser and install the Latex for Facebook Extension.
Until Facebook integrates latex into its system, I think this one is very good to use. So far so good, I have no complains about it.
To use latex in Facebook, just put the $ sign before and after the latex code. The equation below is an example of an expression image generated by latex. » Read more