K-12 Students Learn From Videos Curated By Their Teachers
JuniorTube EDU allows students to safely access educational videos curated, pre-approved and handpicked by their teachers or educators.
JuniorTube EDU is used predominantly in 1:1 device classrooms in K-12 schools, and also by educational groups, children sports coaches, kids clubs and events, museums etc.
VIDEOS FOR K-12 STUDENTS ARE LIMITED TO ONLY THE ONES SHARED BY TEACHERS
• Students using JuniorTube EDU only have access to the videos that the teachers curate and share with them remotely.
TEACHERS, CURATE YOUTUBE PLAYLISTS FOR STUDENTS - REMOTELY
• Teachers, curate and collect educational videos into your playlists on YouTube.com. It can be other authors' videos (Creative Commons) or your own videos that you create and upload on YouTube.
• Then, on JuniorTube EDU, generate a secure code or QR code to share the curated playlists with the entire classroom of students, to subscribe and get new videos you curate for them.
• Add JuniorTube EDU tool to your LMS: https://www.eduappcenter.com/apps/285
Latest features are updated at www.juniortu.be/pdf.
"JuniorTube is a handy tool for safely sharing video content with students from pre-K through high school." - Heather H. of Canvas by Instructure
"JuniorTube provides a safe space for students to watch educational videos chosen by their teachers." - Monica B. of ClassTechTips
"JuniorTube is a great way to organize YouTube videos for your students in a safe environment." - Steve C., teacher and technology facilitator
"JuniorTube app helps you manage playlist of videos to share with kids using 1:1 [iPads]." - Kate C., teacher
"JuniorTube looks like it may be even safer than YouTube School! Check it out!" - Chrissy H., teacher
"Cool platform that filters YouTube for school." - Pete C., teacher
"I use JuniorTube in my classroom every day AND with my 2 year old!" - Claire B., teacher
For other devices, visit www.juniortu.be/edu.
Students need a Google Edu account.
To access and share their curated YouTube playlists, teachers are required to own a YouTube/Google account.
JuniorTube is not affiliated with YouTube, all video content is owned by its respective author/channel mentioned on YouTube, and you are the only responsible for sharing YouTube video content with children by using JuniorTube simply as a video player platform.
For assistance, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit www.juniortu.be/edu.