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The Most Watched Videos Of 2016

August 5, 2016 / by Paul Oh

What to Watch on Teaching Channel

Start your year off right by watching our most popular videos of 2016 so far. In 2016, our viewers turned to videos made especially for math teachers, sought out ELA strategies, searched for ways to build an effective science lesson, and came to us for lesson ideas.

We appreciate each and every one of you who watched one of our videos this year. Thank you for all you do! We wouldn't be able to continue our mission at Teaching Channel without your support. I've categorized your favorites below:

Math

Engaging in Productive Struggle: Number Talks

Making Math Fun With Place Value Games

Beyond Fingers: Place Value & The Numbers 11-19

Reasoning About Division

Table For 22: A Real-World Geometry Project

English/Language Arts

Socratic Seminars: Patience and Practice

Kick-Me: Making Vocabulary Interactive

Finding The Main Idea

Interacting With Complex Texts: Scaffolding Reading

Getting Ready to Write: Citing Textual Evidence

Science

Roller-Coaster Physics: STEM in Action

Rube Goldberg Contraptions

NGSS: A Vision for K-12 Science Education

Fun With STEM: The Catapult Project

Exploring Chemical vs. Physical Changes in Science

Strategy

New Teacher Survival Guide: Classroom Management

My Favorite No: Learning From Mistakes

Highlighting Mistakes: A Grading Strategy

New Teacher Survival Guide: Planning

Improving Participation With Talk Moves

If you've made use of one of these videos, or are planning to, let us know! We'd also like to hear about what kind of videos you'd like to see more of in 2017. If there's a topic you'd like to see us create a video series for, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us on Facebook or Twitter to let us know!

Topics: Professional Learning, Teaching Channel News, Video Playlist

Paul Oh

Written by Paul Oh

Paul Oh is Senior Director, TeachingChannel.org. Follow Paul on Twitter: @poh.

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