YouTube is one of the leading infotainment websites available on the internet today. It has millions of channels, some of which are more appropriate for kids and teenagers than others. Finding informative and appropriate content is not always easy because sorting through all of it can be time-consuming.
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We checked out the 21 best educational YouTube channels for kids. The content on these channels is curated for you so that you don't have to guess as to whether the channel is appropriate. Coverage of topics only barely scratches the surface.
Here's some news for you to share with your parents and teachers: Video games might actually be good for you. Whenever a wave of teenage violence strikes, movies, TV, or video games often take the heat. Some adults assume that movies, TV, and video games are a bad influence on kids, and they blame these media for causing various problems.
The Educational Video Center is a non-profit youth media organization dedicated to teaching documentary video as a means to develop the artistic, critical literacy, and career skills of young people, while nurturing their idealism and commitment to social change. EVC began with a simple idea: put video cameras in the hands of teenagers and teach them to go out into the city and craft stories about the world as they see it — with all its problems and possibilities. While the technology has changed over the past three decades, we've stayed true to our core values and mission through our after-school and summer Youth Documentary Workshops; New Media Arts Program; Professional Development Programs; and Community Engagement and Dissemination Initiatives. Stay tuned for further details and ticketing information!
American teenagers spend an "astounding" nine hours a day with digital technology, entertaining themselves with streaming video, listening to music and playing games, researchers reported Tuesday. And "tweens" aged 8 to 12 are spending six hours with media, the non-profit group Common Sense Media reports. That's is in addition to using digital gadgets for homework, the group reports in its five-year update on kids' use of media.
Stay up-to-date on recent developments with email notifications. Get info on changes to laws and rules, important notices, upcoming meetings, and more. The Community Safety Education Act requires that driver education and driving safety curriculum include information about proper procedures for citizen and law enforcement interaction during traffic stops. Providers should also inform each student of the survey developed by TDLR.