I would recommend starting with setting the filters to what you are interested in. On the left hand side when you click on "videos" you will see lots of options that you can click on and narrow down your search. For example, you can select "math" for subject, "12th" for grade, and "engagement" for topic and then see what that narrows down to.
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I agree with Lauren! Start by watching some videos that are in your field, and then comment on the videos to begin to make connections. Also, you can download some documents that are relevant to each video to help with PD.
I would start with one's content and grade level filter setting, then they sky is the limit!
I'm the kind of person that jumps into the water first before asking how deep and then swims like crazy. Explore the different parts little at a time or show a colleague something you liked on the site. I spent time today checking out the "resource section" - some good stuff. Try video taping your own classroom and writing notes about what you notice (located on the right hand side) while you are watching the video. Most important - have FUN:)
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