International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism
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P-ISSN: 2708-4450, E-ISSN: 2708-4469

International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism


2020, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A
You Tube emerges as a teaching tool: A study of online tutorials


Author(s): Dr. Ravinder Singh

Abstract: A teacher is a person who helps students or other people to acquire knowledge and values. A teacher could be in a form of informal or formal, the point of difference their profession at different place. Formal teaching is carried out by paid professional’s teachers. Prior to the modern technique teachers simply used black boards and chalk to write but now with the advent of technology many things have changed from teaching tool to teaching method. Contemporary teaching tool have changed from Black Board to White Board. Teachers used to use black boards to write something but now schools are shifting from black boards and chalk to white board and dry erase marker. In many places students have turned out from thick textbook to easily carry laptop that makes them more comfortable in contemporary time. This single gazette has placed much information into and provides up to date information at student’s fingertips. In contemporary time, the latest development in education world is the fastest growing use of You Tube. This is a latest video sharing Web site where anyone can share any type of video of any kind. Different educational programmes, different subject related videos are running through You Tube. Institutes and university teachers are also upload subject related videos on this site and make students more informative and knowledgeable.

Pages: 42-46 | Views: 40 | Downloads: 17

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Ravinder Singh. You Tube emerges as a teaching tool: A study of online tutorials. International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism. 2020; 1(2): 42-46.
International Journal of Advanced Mass Communication and Journalism