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Exploring Instructional Uses of YouTube at @SxSWedu

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  • 1. Exploring Instructional Uses of YouTube Lucy Gray • Google Certified Teacher • SxSWEdu http://goo.gl/O8utIJ
  • 2. Nutty School Closings
  • 3. Resources ➔ YouTube for Schools: http://goo.gl/ft1Wm ➔ YouTube EDU on G+: https: //plus.google. com/+YouTubeEDU/posts ➔ Slides : http://goo.gl/GFXoks ➔ Resources: http://goo.gl/vPRW1 ➔ Educational YouTube Videos: http://goo.gl/0tegw ➔ Google Custom Search Engine: http://goo.gl/RoiRi ➔ YouTube Diigo Group: http: //goo.gl/xCgSO
  • 4. Your YouTube Channel? ➔ You need to have a Google account and YouTube channel to do the following. ➔ Is your school using Google Apps for Education? ➔ Has your GAFE admin turned on YouTube for teachers and/or students? ➔ If not, you can create a personal Google Account and that will give you access to YouTube. ➔ If you have a Google Account already, go to YouTube and sign in with that account information to connect your Google Account to YouTube.
  • 5. Consider YouTube For... Creating Consuming Curating
  • 6. Creation Tools ➔ Mobile Devices ➔ Computer Web Cams ➔ Digital Cameras ➔ Video Cameras ➔ Still Images
  • 7. Other Methods and Tools ➔ Web Sites ◆ Animoto ◆ VoiceThread ◆ WeVideo ➔ Record into YouTube ➔ Google Hangsout on Air ➔ Screencasting ◆ Quicktime ◆ Camtasia ◆ Screenr ◆ Jing ◆ Screencast-O-Matic ◆ Hangouts on Air
  • 8. Google Hangouts on Air
  • 9. Creation Apps ➔ YouTube Capture ➔ VoiceThread ➔ Screenchomp ➔ iMovie ➔ iStopMotion ➔ Animation Creator HD ➔ Explain Everything ➔ Educreations ➔ Animoto
  • 10. Your Homework: Upload By Email 1. Take out your mobile device. 2. Interview a friend. a. What are you looking forward to at SxSWedu? OR b. What have you seen at SxSWedu that excites you? 3. Email it to: 62497548264@mms.youtube.com 4. Visit my channel to see the results: http://youtube. com/elemenous
  • 11. Did You Know? Online editing capabilities in YouTube continue to expand. (Go to your channel>video manager and select a video to edit.) ➔ Add clickable annotations and speech bubbles to any video that you upload ➔ Autocorrect color, add color filters, and stabilize video images ➔ Blur faces ➔ Add copyright friendly audio ➔ Upload caption files or transcripts More robust editing capabilities are available in the online YouTube editor as well: http://www.youtube.com/editor
  • 12. Editing YouTube Videos Online http://youtu.be/ed-7otLyCEE http://youtu.be/ed-7otLyCEE
  • 13. Consuming ➔ Computers ➔ Mobile Devices ➔ Google Hangouts ➔ Playlists ➔ Videos inserted into Google Forms ➔ Embedded in web sites wikis and blogs
  • 14. Curating: Search Effectively ➔ Use the browse and search functionality of YouTube to find channels and individual videos. ➔ Use the Filters button to refine your query. ➔ Create playlists for units that you teach. Set them up ahead of time or post-production. You can also create them on the fly. ➔ Give links to playlists to students to supplement classroom materials. ➔ Collect videos created by students to show to parents. Can use private links.
  • 15. Google Forms http://youtu.be/n57NZCjOAKI
  • 16. Curating: Create Playlists Create playlists on the fly or in your channel’ s video manager.
  • 17. Where Do You Find Content? Subscribe to channels. A few suggestions: ➔ Edutopia ➔ Google Science Fair ➔ NASA ➔ Library of Congress ➔ Common Sense Educators ➔ Buck Institute ➔ EdSurge
  • 18. Specific Instructional Uses ➔ Flipping the classroom (or flip the PD or faculty meeting) ➔ Language practice ➔ Assessments and reflections ➔ Independent study ➔ Writing Prompts ➔ Field trip documentation ➔ Choose Your Own Adventure activities ➔ Screencasts ➔ Additional ideas from Tami Brass
  • 19. Writing Prompts from TeachHub
  • 20. Choose Your Own Adventure The History 2.0 Classroom - Greg Kulowiec
  • 21. School YouTube Channels ➔ Punahou School ➔ Minnetonka Schools ➔ Manor New Tech
  • 22. EDU Channels on YouTube
  • 23. Other Useful YouTube Links Creator Hub Creator Hub - Education Audio Library Video Editor TestTube YouTube blog YouTube Help Center YouTube Creators blog YouTube Edu YouTube Teachers
  • 24. Resources ➔ YouTube for Schools: http://goo.gl/ft1Wm ➔ YouTube EDU on G+: https: //plus.google. com/+YouTubeEDU/posts ➔ Slides : http://goo.gl/GFXoks ➔ Resources: http://goo.gl/vPRW1 ➔ Educational YouTube Videos: http://goo.gl/0tegw ➔ Google Custom Search Engine: http://goo.gl/RoiRi ➔ YouTube Diigo Group: http://goo. gl/xCgSO
  • 25. Find Me Lucy Gray ➔ elemenous@gmail.com ➔ Google+ ➔ YouTube Channel ➔ @elemenous on Twitter ➔ Blog
  • 26. Exploring Instructional Uses of YouTube Lucy Gray • Google Certified Teacher • SxSWedu http://goo.gl/O8utIJ

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