Educational Video Resources
Khan Academy: Over 2,100 how-to, academic, instructional videos.
Discovery Education: District-paid subscription site. Check with your building to get a "passcode" if you've never logged in before.
Atomic Learning: Another district-paid site for instructional videos for using a wide variety of software and websites. The Saints page has the user name and password.
Qwiki: Not really video, but a slideshow-style presentation of your search. Search the existing Qwiki presentations.
SchoolTube: "The place for students and teachers to share videos online."
TeacherTube: Videos by educators, for educators.
National Geographic Video: Excellent videos for K-12 from NG.
Videojug: Over 60,000 videos "how-to" videos on "getting good at life."
Vimeo: "Vimeo is a repsectful community of creative people who are passionate about sharing the videos they make."
Hulu: This is the site for catching TV episodes and movies.
Veoh: Lots of videos. Some questionable content, so it probably should not be searched in front of the whole class.
47 Alternatives to Using YouTube in the Classroom: The name says it all! (Be sure to follow the Discovery Channel, History Channel, & PBS Video links!)