Nakeia BarberWeb 2.0 AdvocateFRIT 8132: Administration of TechnologyResource
YouTube is a website created by three Googleemployees that allow you to discover, watch, andshare videos created about other people. YouTubeallows to comment on people’s video, as well as,connect with new people.YouTube videos are easily uploaded to wiki’s,blogs, social networking sites, and other websites.Teachers use it in their classroom to providesupport with teaching. Videos enhance teachingand student interaction and engagement.
NETS•S: The skills and knowledge students need to learn effectively and live productively in a digital world. Demonstrate creativity and innovation Communicate and collaborate Conduct research and use information Think critically, solve problems, and make decisions Use technology effectively and productivelyNational Educational Technology Standards
NETS•T: The skills and knowledge educators need to change the way they teach, the way they work, and the way they learn in an increasingly connected global and digital society.National Educational Technology Standards
Johns, T., & Cuthrell, K. (2011). YouTube: Educational Potentials and Pitfalls. Computer in the School, 28:75-85.YouTube videos can be used directly as a part of instruction.The videos can introduce new concepts, disseminateinformation during primary instruction, or close lessons byrecapping important points. Most lessons thatincorporate video directly into the lesson use the video as anattention grabbing mechanism or as a part of direct instruction.YouTube: Educational Potentials andPitfalls
Used to Introduce Topics To Students Used to show short media clips Students can make videos and upload to YouTube. These videos can be shared with other students and others may comment on the videos. YouTube videos provide a visual for the students that may stick better than you lecturing. YouTube in the Classroom
Teachers can support lessons with videos that are about that topic. In a lesson plan about ethics, account fraud, or business law, a teacher could use a video about Enron. Students can use videos on YouTube to support projects. YouTube in the Classroom
Johns, T., & Cuthrell, K. (2011). YouTube: Educational Potentials and Pitfalls. Computer in the School, 28:75-85.Oliver, D., Kerper, R., & Landis, J. (2011). Digital Storytelling: A for Teaching and Learning in the YouTube Generation. Middle School Journal, 42(5), 4-9.schurgster. (2008). 10 Reasons for Using YouTube Videos in Your Classroom. Retrieved November 2, 2011 from http://youtube/0r1SRJCViUY Resources