We designed these videos using several formats, including animation and live action, as well as formal interviews and personal stories. Our video catalogue has a variety of topics including understanding anxiety disorders in children and teens and attending a community workshop on Selective Mutism. We also present a series of videos hearing from youth about their real situations dealing with specific anxieties, like test anxiety, feelings of derealization, needle phobia, and more.
Two days ago, video was posted online that pretty much everyone who saw immediately recognized for what it was—footage of white teens taunting and harassing a Native American elder named Nathan Phillips on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. What was happening was clear and unmistakable, not just resonant but immediately recognizable as iconic. Perhaps—probably—because what had happened was so undeniable, it was immediately denied.
TikTok, which is run by a seven-year-old company in Beijing called ByteDanceallows people to create short, snappy videos and share them around the world. Now the American internet companies are pushing back. Members of Congress had asked for a review last month. Late last year, Facebook launched a TikTok clone called Lasso.
They have better cameras than basic camcorders, and you can shoot and edit on the same device. If you already have an iPhone, you may be better off kitting it out for filmmaking rather than buying a separate video camera. Panasonic and Canon camcorders come top in reliability surveys.
Naloxone saves lives. This video reviews when naloxone is used, how it is administered, and the way it works. Monitoring the Future MTF is an annual survey of 8th, 10th, and 12th graders measuring drug, alcohol, and cigarette use.
For the past three weeks we have been sharing the top movies and TV series that promote strong positive values. However, using YouTube as a resource can help your tween or teen relate to the topics you are discussing with them. We recommend parents watch the videos first to understand the content in order to help facilitate a meaningful conversation with their kids on these topics.
CNN A video that shows white high school students in Make America Great Again hats and shirts mocking a Native American elder shocked the country, leading to widespread denunciations of the teens' behavior. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos
Login Register Contact Us. To capture the hearts and minds of 6th-8th grade students, we have developed a fresh, relevant, and interactive DVD series. This is a 2 minute highlight video.
To teens, the most popular figures on social media platforms like TikTok are well beyond mega-celebrity status in their eyes. These TikTok stars claim millions of followers — many who are of Gen Z age themselves — and found fame by creating short video clips lip-syncing to soundbites, showing off viral dances, and crafting comedy skits that get shared thousands of times. The hottest accounts on the two-year-old TikTok don't have nearly as many followers as the top channels on the more-established YouTube where T-Series has blown past million subscribers.