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  • 1. Victoria, Kate & Katrina.
  • 2.
    • How can YouTube be appropriately used by students and teachers?
    • Do the pros outweigh the cons regarding the use of this technology in our opinion?
    • Is there a way to make YouTube more appropriate for educational purposes?
    • Is there a big future for YouTube in the field of education?
  • 3.
    • Catching up on missed lectures
    • Revisiting lectures
    • Extra research
    • Gives different opinions on each topic.
    • Class clashes/time restraints.
    • Ideas/examples of work
    • Visual representation vs. notes
  • 4.
    • Revisiting lectures
    • Comfortable environment
    • Access anytime, anywhere
    • Life skills
    • Teaching through a resource we are all familiar with
    • Advertisement for future students
    • Communication/constructive criticism
    • Able to upload and submit work through YouTube
    • Access for principals/supervisors to monitor lesson plans.
  • 5.
    • Plagiarism
    • Distraction
    • Limited by internet connection and pc access
    • Criticism
    • Health issues (sitting at pc too long and eye strain)
    • Antisocial
    • Not always correct or related information.
  • 6.
    • Block unrelated content (log-in student site)
    • YoutubeEDU
    • Restrictions on content/Webmaster
    • Titles related to video.
    • Related links hidden away/drop down menu
  • 7.
    • Already being used for education (e.g. this assignment)
    • YoutubeEDU au?
    • More institutions
    • PD on YouTube
    • Net generation on the net.
    • Students already using for further notes.
  • 8. … when asked what they think of YouTube being used as an educational tool. “ One of my psych professors showed us a music video on YouTube and danced on a table. She said it was about Erikson's stages of development, but all we got out of it was that our professor was dancing provocatively on her desk. But I'm not going to lie, it made my week.” ~Windowsandevents “ It might be handy for showing video clips relating to the material, sure. But if you're talking about like teachers giving lectures/lessons to students from YouTube, I don't believe that would've been a positive thing for any of the classes I've taken.” ~enjoy_your_day “ some of my professors post YouTube videos as required reading” ~evolve “ Yes. My communications class discussed YouTube as a means of communication and other classes showed us videos on YouTube because it's easier to watch a video of a Bat Mitzvah than to bring one to class.” ~iguanasdefuego “ My language courses do... we watch news segments and music videos in my French and Italian classes.” ~heysmilepretty
  • 9.
    • http://community.livejournal.com/thequestionclub/59217775.html
    • http://www.youtube.com
    • http://www.youtube.com/edu
    • http://utubeacm1008.wordpress.com