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    • Using YouTube in the Classroom Joe Perret Computer Applications
    • Objectives  Background on YouTube  How to find YouTube  Good Bad and Ugly  Searching YouTube  TeacherTube  Presenting your YouTube  Using YouTube in the Classroom2 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • What is YouTube  Most popular web portals in the world.  Three former PayPal employees created YouTube in February 2005.  In November 2006, YouTube, LLC was bought by Google Inc. for $1.65 billion,  Now operated as a subsidiary of Google.  Allows users to submit videos  Search the massive video section by searching for keywords,  YouTube has taken the idea of viral videos to a new level.3 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • To get to YouTube http://youtube.com4 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Good Bad and the Ugly  Good  Anyone can upload almost anything  Very high quality videos on Educational Topics  Bad  Anyone can upload almost anything  Lots of Junk  Ugly  Potentially offensive content are available only to registered users over the age of 18.  Videos containing defamation, pornography, copyright violations, and material encouraging criminal conduct is prohibited5 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • How to Find Stuff on YouTube6 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Search Results for Pierce College7 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Health Fitness at Pierce College Health Fitness @ Pierce College8 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Play Video Health Fitness @ Pierce College http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_6yS7SlXEE9 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • TeacherTube http://TeacherTube.com  Free online educational community that shares instructional videos devoted exclusively to teaching and learning.  Goal of TeacherTube is to  “fill a need for a more educationally focused, safe venue for teachers, schools, and home learners"  “provide anytime, anywhere professional development, with teachers teaching teachers."  TeacherTube provides a place to post “videos designed for students to view in order to learn a concept or skill."10 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • TeacherTube Website11 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Presenting YouTube There are basically three ways to present YouTube Video  Go directly to the YouTube site and search  Link –provide link to students  As part of your hand out  In an email  In PowerPoint  Embed  In a webpage (eg Moodle)  In PowerPoint12 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Embedding YouTube in a Web Page Fairly Simple 1. Copy the Embed code from the YouTube Site 2. Go to your web page (Moodle, Dreamweaver) Embed Code 3. Switch to html view <object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/yNF92vCrfvA&hl=en_ 4. Paste the code in US&fs=1&"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/yNF92vCrfvA&hl=en_US &fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>13 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Embedded YouTube in Webpage Embed code Resultant Webpage14 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Example of Link or Embed in PowerPoint Link The Life Cycle Of A Star http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfqcZdNnQ6s Embedded PowerPoint15 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • How to Embed YouTube Video in PP  Make sure you have Developer Tab turned on  Office Button PowerPoint Options  Click Developer Tab  Click More tools icon  Select Shockwave Flash Object  Draw Outline  Right Mouse click select Properties  Paste YouTube Link and Modify it  Delete the “where?”  Replace the = with a /16 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • YouTube Video on Embed in PowerPoint17 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Presenting YouTube What you will need 1. Laptop Computer 2. Projector 3. Speakers 4. Internet Connection 5. Screen18 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Using YouTube in the Classroom Ok we got all the technical stuff out of the way How Do I Use YouTube Videos?19 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Using YouTube It not the Tool you use …but how you Use the tool Use YouTube to Augment the Class Material Use YouTube as Student Projects20 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • FirstAsk - Why Use YouTube?  We have to educate the students we have  Not the students we used to have  Not the students we wish we had  We must adapt to them – our „customers‟  Adapt to their world  Adapt to their leaning styles  Millennials  First network generation  Hyper communicators  They have to „Power Down‟ just to go to school21 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Students Today  Students are writing short blurbs  video-taping their lives.  Todays student has grown up in a very visual environment and loves it. YouTubes  Short  Visual  Audio22 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Augmenting Class Material  Find YouTube‟s that illustrate the topic you are covering.  Give students the assignment to find YouTube illustrations – then present them in class23 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Some Examples  English  Chemistry  Math  Biology  Physics  Geology  History  Astronomy  Automechanics  Computer Applications  Geography  Computer Science  Anthropology  Philosophy  Sociology24 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • English YouTube Example Return Shakespeare in Love Part 1 of 13 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBtQjafAmSw25 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Math YouTube Example Return Prentice Hall Math Algebra 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl8rb3JK2hU26 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Physics YouTube Example Return MIT Physics Demo -- Pendulum and Magnet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_-RqkYatWI27 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • History YouTube Example Return Alexander the Great (BBC Documentary) 1 - Greek Macedonians http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OizgSfsxX9c28 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Auto Mechanics YouTube Example Return Automatic Transmission Rebuild Tool - Spring Compressor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLYd5KLRFS829 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Geology YouTube Example Return Plate Tectonics and Paleo Animation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ft-dP2D7QM430 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Anthropology YouTube Example Return The Jungle: Margaret Mead - Part 2 of 6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9HNzhV0CjI31 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Sociology YouTube Example Return Sociology Experiment http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oxXDtjIGao32 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Chemistry YouTube Example Return What Kind Of Bonds Are These? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNBzyM6TcK833 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Biology YouTube Example Return The Stages of Mitosis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPG6480RQo034 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Geography YouTube Example Return European Geography http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ihy2_xnXLc35 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Astronomy YouTube Example Return The Life Cycle Of A Star http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfqcZdNnQ6s36 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Computer Science YouTube Example Return Java Programming Tutorial - 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl-zzrqQoSE37 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • ComputerApplications YouTube Example Awesome Magic Looking Effect- Photoshop CS3 Return and CS4 Tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcWWoURrqY038 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • PhilosophyYouTube Example Heidegger life and Philosophy 1 of 6 Return http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKhUyU8UQEI39 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Student YouTube Projects Project Ideas:  Require YouTube to be incorporated into student PowerPoints They will pick up knowledge while surfing  Will help them to learn how to refine search techniques  Research in moving/living color  Have students create their own YouTube video  Can be uploaded to private side or distributed to general public  Will allow students to receive feedback from others, not just their instructor  Have them view the video How to use Windows Movie Maker on YouTube  Have students to create a blog and embed a YouTube video into the blog. They will improve their writing skills while having fun with video and/or audio creations.40 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • How to use Windows Movie Maker http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9rRh7z5TCs41 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • What do students need to get started? Equipment Cost Digital camera, They already web cam, or cell have them phone Audio files Free downloads Microphone $20 Windows Free download MovieMaker YouTube Account Free42 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • YouTube in Language Classroom  Provide language learners a new tool to improve listening skills.  The real advantage to these sites - at least from a language learning point of view - is that they offer authentic examples of everyday language used by everyday people.  By creating context for these short videos you can help your students explore a world of online English learning possibilities.43 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • German News Channel Example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HT0PgVEb1044 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Summary We know what YouTube is and how to get there We know how to find stuff on YouTube and Teacher Tube We know why we want to try YouTube in the classroom We have some ideas on what we want to try and how to present it45 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Technical Issue  Suppose you don‟t have an internet connection???  Or connection is Slow46 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • How to Download Video to your PC  Go to your video and start the video  The video‟s URL (Internet Address) will be on your browser‟s address bar  Copy it  Select it with your mouse  Right click on it, and select “copy”  Now open a new window in your Internet browser and enter the following URL: www.keepvid.com47 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Downloading YouTube Paste in the URL Click Download Click on Download48 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Questions ?49 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Contact me I really like helping……  Email me at  PerretJD@piercecollege.edu  Call me  (818) 425-5452 (cell)  (818) 710-4246 (office) This presentation will be available at  http://faculty.piercecollge.edu/perretjd  Podcast at  TeacherTube  iTunesU50 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009
    • Sources  Brenda‟s Blog – Brenda Dyck http://www.education- world.com/a_tech/columnists/dyck/dyck016.shtml accessed 11-16-09  ATeachers Tour of YouTube – Chris O‟Neal http://www.edutopia.org/teachers-tour-you-tube accessed 11-16-0951 Perret - Using YouTube in the Classroom Nov 2009