Video-Assisted Learning Insights:

THE STRUGGLE FOR TEACHERS TO ACCESS VIDEO CONTENT WHITEPAPER

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Take a deep dive into our research on video-assisted learning and gain insights on the challenges teachers are facing to find the best educational videos for their lessons. Learn how teachers are using educational videos, the problems teachers face, and the solution that will drive change.

70% of teachers use video in the classroom multiple times per week.

Roughly 90% of teachers prefer to use video clips under 10 minutes long, ideally streamed directly from the web.

Over 60% of teachers report feeling frustrated when searching for new educational videos as they commonly spend more time than they have and don’t always find what they need.

Nearly 80% of teachers believe they would benefit from having access to a website dedicated to educational videos and news clip archives, organized by curriculum and grade level.

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TEACHER SURVEY MAIN FINDINGS

96.6% of teachers surveyed use video in their teaching

Most teachers (38%) report using video on average at least once per week, and nearly 20% use video daily in their teaching.

Nearly 50% of teachers preferring videos under five minutes.

84% of teachers use videos for strictly or mostly for education purposes

54% of teachers stop the video to ask questions to engage students

At least 30% of teachers report that their institution restricts access to YouTube and Vimeo.

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THE STRUGGLE FOR TEACHERS TO ACCESS VIDEO CONTENT WHITEPAPER