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  • 1. Exploring Instructional Uses of YouTube Lucy Gray • GAFE Summit • Northbrook IL http://www.lucygray.org 1
  • 2. Slides with clickable links can be found at http://www.lucygray.org Additional Resources: http://goo.gl/vPRW1 Favorite Educational YouTube Videos: http://goo.gl/0tegw Lucy’s Diigo Group: http://goo.gl/xCgSO Lucy’s Google Custom Search: http://goo.gl/RoiRi 2 Email: lucy@lucygrayconsulting Twitter: elemenous YouTube: elemenous
  • 3. Note to iPad Users Apple has removed the YouTube app from devices; you have to download the new Google version from the App store. YouTube on an iPad will look quite different than when accessing it via the web. You may not have all the functionality you are looking for. Use the desktop version through the Safari browser. 3
  • 4. Where’s your YouTube Channel? 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. 4
  • 5. First Non-Profit to Reach 1 Billion Views 5
  • 6. Consider YouTube For... 6 Creating Consuming Curating
  • 7. Creation Tools PhotoBooth iOS Device Video Camera Digital Camera Flip Cam- like devices Exporting Still Images in iPhoto 7
  • 8. Creation Tools Video creation sites Animoto VoiceThread Record video from web cam (on YouTube’s site or using your webcam) Google Hangouts on Air Screencasting software and websites Quicktime Camtasia Screenr Jing Screencast-o-Matic 8
  • 9. Google Hangouts on Air 9
  • 10. Creation Apps 10 Explain Everything Education Creations Whiteboard iStopMotion Animoto VoiceThread ScreenChomp Animation Creator iMovie
  • 11. YouTube Capture App 11
  • 12. Pair & Share Turn to a person near you and ask: What tools are you and your students using to create videos? If you are using a non-iOS device, what apps and software are you using? Add more tools to our shared Google Doc: http://goo.gl/xQIrT 12
  • 13. Activity 13 Upload your video via email. Take out your mobile device. Interview a neighbor. Ask them about their conference experience thus far. Email it to: 62497548264@mms.youtube.com Visit my channel to see the results: http://youtube.com/elemenous
  • 14. Recording & Uploading Video 14
  • 15. 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 15
  • 16. Creator Tools 16
  • 17. Consuming Computers Mobile Devices Google Hangouts Playlists Embedded in social media such as wikis and blogs 17
  • 18. Curating 18
  • 19. Curating Use the browse and search functionality of YouTube to find channels and individual videos. Use Filter to refine your query. Create playlists for units that you teach. Set them up ahead of time or 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. 19
  • 20. YouTube Account Homepage 20
  • 21. Browse 21
  • 22. Movies 22
  • 23. Upload 23
  • 24. Anatomy of a YouTube Video! 24
  • 25. Anatomy of a YouTube Video! 25
  • 26. Anatomy of a YouTube Video! 26
  • 27. YouTube for Teachers 27
  • 28. Playlists - YouTube for Teachers 28
  • 29. YouTube Edu 29
  • 30. YouTube for Schools 30
  • 31. Your Channel 31
  • 32. Menu 32 My Channel Video Manager Subscriptions Inbox YouTube Settings Switch Account Sign Out
  • 33. Dashboard Tour! 33
  • 34. Settings 34
  • 35. Suggested Channel Subscriptions 35 • adobeyouthvoices • ArtInstituteChicago • ascdwholechild • AVENUESdotORG • BIEPBL • bigideasfest • caseyneistat • citizentube • ColosiR or RichardColosiMedia • CommonSenseEducators • CZSBrookfieldZoo • ConstitutionCenter • DiscoveryEducation • EdReach • eduatgoogle • Edutopia • emarcos • FundforTeachers • GETideas • GoogleScienceFair • jamestsanders • jenniemisong • (Jennie Magiera) • JourneysInFilm • KeyCurriculumPress • khanacademy • LibraryOfCongress • LitWorld • NASAexplorer • NASAtelevision • NatGeoWild • NatlWritingProject • OneWorldTV • PeaceOneDay • PlayingforChange • SchoolHouseRocksVids • SMARTClassrooms • taxihailer (Jim Sill) • usgs • TEDEd
  • 36. Identify and Share Videos and Channels 36 What are some of your favorite YouTube Channels? Find at least 3 and add them here: http://goo.gl/5Njyd
  • 37. Potential Uses 37 Flip your classroom Review and remediation Language resources Project research Independent study From Tami’s Tech4Teaching Professional development Student and teacher reflection Writing prompts Field trip documentation Listening/viewing centers on mobile devices using Belkin’s Rockstar splitter Choose Your Own Adventure activities Screencasts Embed a video in a Google Site and have kids answer questions in an embedded Google Form
  • 38. Flipping the Classroom 38 Flip your instruction so that students watch and listen to your lectures… for homework, and then use your precious class-time for what previously, often, was done in homework: tackling difficult problems, working in groups, researching, collaborating, crafting and creating. Classrooms become laboratories or studios, and yet content delivery is preserved. Flip your instruction so that students watch and listen to your lectures… for homework, and then use your precious class-time for what previously, often, was done in homework: tackling difficult problems, working in groups, researching, collaborating, crafting and creating. Classrooms become laboratories or studios, and yet content delivery is preserved (http://www.connectedprincipals.com/archives/3367). Via Jackie Gerstein http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/the-flipped-classroom-model-a-full-picture/
  • 39. 39 Via Jackie Gerstein http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/the-flipped-classroom-model-a-full-picture/
  • 40. Choose Your Own Adventure 40
  • 41. Writing Prompts from TeachHub 41
  • 42. Discussion What other ideas do you have for using YouTube in your classroom? Does your school have its own YouTube channel? 42
  • 43. Punahou School 43
  • 44. LAUSD 44
  • 45. Minnetonka MN Schools 45
  • 46. Joplin MO Schools 46
  • 47. Remember... 47 Creating Consuming Curating
  • 48. Slides with clickable links can be found at http://lucygray.org Additional Resources: http://goo.gl/vPRW1 Favorite Educational YouTube Videos: http://goo.gl/0tegw Lucy’s Diigo Group: http://goo.gl/xCgSO Lucy’s Google Custom Search: http://goo.gl/RoiRi 48 Email: lucy@lucygrayconsulting Twitter: elemenous YouTube: elemenous