Videos for professional development reinforce passive learning like "sit and git". We are living in an age of social networking where consumers expect to have a voice. I foresee videos that permit comments. If I were to design such a platform, the videos would be short on topics of interest to teachers - e.g., classroom management strategies like transitions; getting attention, etc., instructional strategies - e.g., cooperative learning, etc. These short videos would have pause options where open-ended questions would be asked of the audience. They would have the option to answer the questions face-to-face if working with a group or they could answer them through the video platform (like a comments section in Youtube). The saved comments would be available for other teachers to view. The results/benefits would be twofold: (1) interactivity would be increased, and (2) ideas would be crowdsourced where teachers can view the thoughts and ideas of other practitioners.