How to Adjust the Playing Speed on any YouTube Video

 

Every teacher loves to use YouTube in the classroom. Sometimes you find a really good video for a class but it is also really looooong. Your session might be too short for your kids to be able to view the entire video. Or your kids’ attention span may be a third of the entire length of the video. So what do you do? You can simply adjust the playing speed on any YouTube video and have them watch the entire thing in less time. Here’s how!

 

Here’s how to adjust the playing speed on any YouTube video on a desktop

 

  1. Find the YouTube video that you want to play
  2. Look for this ‘Settings’ icon on the bottom right-hand corner#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited
  3. Click on the icon to reveal the ‘Speed’ option. It should be set to ‘Normal’ automatically#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited
  4. Click on the arrow next to the word ‘Normal’ to reveal the additional options#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited
  5. To make the video play faster, click on speeds 1.25, 1.5 or 2#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited
  6. To make the video play slower, click on speeds 0.75, 0.5 or 0.25#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited

 

Here’s how to adjust the playing speed on any YouTube video on an Android or iPhone device

 

  1. Go to the YouTube app and find the video that you want to play
  2. Look for the ‘three dots’ icon in the  top right-hand corner of the video#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited
  3. Click on the icon to reveal the ‘Playback Speed’ option. It should be set to ‘Normal’ automatically#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited
  4. Click on the icon to reveal the additional options
  5. To make the video play faster, click on speeds 1.25x, 1.5x or 2x#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited
  6. To make the video play slower, click on speeds 0.75x, 0.5x or 0.25x#edtech, #educationtechnology, #edtechchat, #elearning, #elearningjamaica, draw, colour, color, YouTube, caribbean, technology, classroom, school, teacher, computer, tablets, computer lab, app, tool, website, blogging in the classroom, classroom blog, math practice, math, xtramath, education technology, math in the classroom, caribbean math, cxc, cape, college, UWI, UTECH, university of the west indies, ministry of education, sat, MOE, teachers college, teach,, classroom apps, school, code, scratch, halls of learning, edufocal, go gsat, maths unlimited

 

Now that you’ve learnt how to adjust the playing speed on any YouTube video, bear in mind that this feature is currently ONLY available if you are playing videos live on the internet

 

Watch any of the 8 Best YouTube Channels to Teach Your Child to Draw on slow speed to get the best experience.

 

By | 2018-01-18T00:00:30+00:00 January 17, 2018|Categories: Videos|Tags: , , |0 Comments