Speaking of resources I can't believe I didn't give these to you last week.
I've showed how to make simple videos using Jing Project. The sites JogtheWeb and Khanacademy specialize in videos for edcuation. Unfortunately, like most video sites they host their actual videos on Youtube so you can't access them on from the school. To use videos from these sites at school you will probably have to use a laptop, open the video at home and let it load all the way, then bring the laptop to school without closing the browser or turning it off. The video will still be loaded and ready to play without an internet connection. There are other ways to download Youtube videos but none that are legal as far as I know.
There are some sites that are open on district servers. They include
- Academic Earth. A collection of university lectures.
- Teacher Tube Basically a youtube specifically for schools
- Bright Storm Math and Science videos
- Cosmo Learning collection of videos
- The Futures Channel collections of movies not necessarily lessons
- learner.org Many are more for teachers than classroom
- Math Tv the name kind of says it all
- neo K-12 is what they call an aggregator a computer assembled collection of videos from various sources
- School Tube just like teacher tube