EDpuzzle is another video creation tool that allows the teacher to insert interactive components like quizzes and audio instruction at select points in the video as a means of providing a self-paced learning option for students.
Great for flipping a lesson or giving a short demo, Screencast-o-matic allows the instructor to record up to 15 minutes of instruction where the entire screen, along with audio, is being recorded. The screencast can then be saved as an MP4 video or can be uploaded to the user's YouTube channel.
As the name implies, this tool can assist students when taking notes on a video. Video Not.es provides time stamps that synchronizes student notes and video content, allowing the student to quickly and easily revisit their notations and the associated section of the video. Video Not.es also easily integrates with the Google Drive.
A cloud based video creation tool, WeVideo is a great choice for having students produce their own videos with their Chromebooks.
YouTube contains an infinite number of resources that can be used to add tools to an educator's toolbox. The accompanying slide show includes a tutorial illustrating how you can more easily find relevant videos, how to subscribe to educational content made especially for educators, and how you can create your own video playlist, ensuring that you can always find videos that you rely on for class.