YouTube can be a great source of educational videos to share with your students. It can also be a great source of frustration to weed through all of the content on YouTube to find the best videos to share with your students. There are couple of easy things that you can do to find better content more quickly than just browsing through long lists of search results.
First, when you do find YouTube content producers that you trust like Keith Hughes or Tom Richey you should subscribe to their channels. After subscribing use the search function within the channel. My video below demonstrates how to do both of those things.
Another way to refine YouTube searches is to use the length and date refinement tools. The following video demonstrates how to use those tools.
These are just some of the many tips that I will be sharing in YouTube, It's Not Just Cats & Khan Academy later this month.