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"Versatile DIY Videos on your own
YouTube Channel"
with Peggy Semingson, Ph.D.,
The University of Texas at Arlington
*Pres...
Overview
 This session will present various types of videos that you
can design, record, produce, and share on your own
Y...
“DIY/Edupunk” + open access knowledge
 These ideas apply to online learning, the "flipped"
classroom model, DIY education...
Versatility
 Types of videos
1) micro-lectures
2) demonstration videos
3) dialogue videos
4) traditional "lecture"
videos...
Micro-lectures
What is Mentor Text?
 A literacy professor
defines MentorText and
gives several examples of
books that can...
Demonstration Videos
Reading Informational Interview
 This is an informal way to
get to know a young reader.
I asked five...
Dialogue Videos
“Defining Dyslexia: Overview of the Topic with a
Mind, Brain and Education Perspective”
 Dr. Evie Malaia ...
“Traditional Lectures”
Phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and
phonics
 Complex topics
 This video shares basic
...
Screencasting on an iPad and uploading
 Screenchomp app
 Demonstration: Using Sound
Boxes to Segment and Blend
Sounds
 ...
Tutorials (screencasts)
Short Tutorial on Blackboard Collaborate-Tips for
Students by Peggy Semingson
 In this short tuto...
Analytics
Editing & Apps
 YouTube Editor withinYouTube (desktop version); can do
some simple editing
 Free app:YouTube Capture
 C...
Goals for myself
 “Meta” videos—YouTube videos about the process of
teaching with video!
 Tutorials for others on how to...
Final Thoughts
 Collaborate
 Plan but don’t over-script.This is a personal preference.
 There are apps for creating a t...
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  1. 1. "Versatile DIY Videos on your own YouTube Channel" with Peggy Semingson, Ph.D., The University of Texas at Arlington *Presenting on Google HoA peggys@uta.edu Print2Pixel Unconference University of New Haven
  2. 2. Overview  This session will present various types of videos that you can design, record, produce, and share on your own YouTube channel.  I will share my ownYouTube channel and offer advice on what is typically engaging for students as well as production tips and apps that you can use right away in your teaching.
  3. 3. “DIY/Edupunk” + open access knowledge  These ideas apply to online learning, the "flipped" classroom model, DIY education/edupunk, as well as creating open-access resources that can potentially be shared on a global scale.  MyYouTube channel is here:  https://www.youtube.com/user/peggysemingson
  4. 4. Versatility  Types of videos 1) micro-lectures 2) demonstration videos 3) dialogue videos 4) traditional "lecture" videos 5)Tutorials (e.g., screencasts)  Engagement  Semi-scripted  Length  “Get to the point”  Complex/technical topics  Labels/captions/annotations  Resources in “Info” section—point the way (digital sherpa)  My “virtual mother hen” philosophy
  5. 5. Micro-lectures What is Mentor Text?  A literacy professor defines MentorText and gives several examples of books that can scaffold the teaching of a writing focus, with emphasis on the 6 traits.
  6. 6. Demonstration Videos Reading Informational Interview  This is an informal way to get to know a young reader. I asked five year old Naomi to gather a few of her very favorite books so she could tell me about them. It is easiest to make it conversational and see what types of themes stand out across the books. It seems that Naomi likes books that are fun, funny, and also she enjoys the "princess" themed books as well as books that connect with popular culture.
  7. 7. Dialogue Videos “Defining Dyslexia: Overview of the Topic with a Mind, Brain and Education Perspective”  Dr. Evie Malaia discusses some big ideas about dyslexia with Dr. Peggy Semingson (both ofThe University of Texas at Arlington).  Here are the four questions that guided our conversation. 1. What is the definition of dyslexia? 2. What are indicators teachers can look for? 3. How are students diagnosed? 4. What are the types of instructional strategies teachers can implement when working with students with dyslexia? Non-scripted with guiding questions
  8. 8. “Traditional Lectures” Phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and phonics  Complex topics  This video shares basic information about some terminology surrounding the teaching of emergent and beginning reading. It focuses on the definitions and distinctions between phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and phonics.  Most popular video with over 36,000 views globally.
  9. 9. Screencasting on an iPad and uploading  Screenchomp app  Demonstration: Using Sound Boxes to Segment and Blend Sounds  This short video shows how to use sound boxes to work with young learners in segmenting (stretching out) sounds and blending them back together. This helps to develop phonemic awareness and is a prerequisite and co-requisite skill to reading.
  10. 10. Tutorials (screencasts) Short Tutorial on Blackboard Collaborate-Tips for Students by Peggy Semingson  In this short tutorial, university students are introduced to how a Blackboard Collaborate session works. I share an overview of:  1) The different areas of the session and the function of each (e.g., audio, video, chat area, whiteboard, etc.).  2) Ways to prepare for the small-group breakout session and my expectations for being a fully engaged participant in terms of their contributions expected and what they can bring to that aspect of the webinar session.  3) What the student can do to personalize the experience, for instance, students can resize the different areas.The chat window can be made bigger so it's not so overwhelming.
  11. 11. Analytics
  12. 12. Editing & Apps  YouTube Editor withinYouTube (desktop version); can do some simple editing  Free app:YouTube Capture  Can add simple audio, but more limited functionality
  13. 13. Goals for myself  “Meta” videos—YouTube videos about the process of teaching with video!  Tutorials for others on how to do this.  More demonstration videos.These seem to be the most popular.
  14. 14. Final Thoughts  Collaborate  Plan but don’t over-script.This is a personal preference.  There are apps for creating a teleprompter on a mobile device.  Questions/Comments?  peggys@uta.edu  Twitter: @PeggySemingson

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