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Come learn how to use various YouTube tools in order to safely share videos without worrying about inappropriate comments and other hazards. Also learn how to easily shorten YouTube videos so your students watch only the portions you intend.

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YouTube Tools To The Rescue - Tots & Technology 2015

  1. 1. YouTube Tools to the Rescue Presented by: Diana Benner
  2. 2. This Presentation http://goo.gl/QUsmYy
  3. 3. About Me Director of Professional Development Texas Computer Education Association diana.benner@gmail.com @diben DIANA BENNER http://dbenner.org
  4. 4. Have you ever wondered how you can safely share YouTube videos?
  5. 5. In the next 50 min . . . What are some ways YouTube videos can be safely shared? How can YouTube videos be shortened? How can I get the most out of YouTube in my classroom?
  6. 6. Me at the Zoo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNQXAC9IVRw
  7. 7. You Tube Stats Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube—that's almost an hour for every person on Earth 80% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US http://www.youtube.com/yt/press/statistics.html YouTube reaches more US adults ages 18-34 than any cable network Mobile makes up almost 40% of YouTube's global watch time Most viewed YouTube video ever: Gangnam Style w/over 2 billion views Most viewed YouTube Channel ever: Rhianna Vevo w/over 5 billion views 96 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute First video was titled ―Me at the zoo‖ Over 4 billion videos are viewed a day There are 500 tweets per minute containing a YouTube link Most popular YouTube video of all time: Justin Bieber- Baby Started on Valentines day, February, 2005
  8. 8. YouTube Tools
  9. 9. You Tube Filters • After you search for your YouTube videos, click the Filters button to access a wide variety of filters • Filter by - Upload Date - Result Type - Duration - Sort by - Features (including Closed Caption) http://www.youtube.com
  10. 10. YouTube Channels • A channel is someone‘s YouTube site • Organized list of uploaded videos • Check subscription count • Click the Subscribe button to add it to your list of subscribed channels • Sample channels: http://goo.gl/Y6UVRC https://www.youtube.com/channels
  11. 11. YouTube Audio Library • Download background music for your videos • View by featured, genre, mood, instrument, duration, and favorites https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary Make your videos more engaging by using suitable background music!
  12. 12. Listen To YouTube • Easily convert any YouTube to audio file • Receive link to download mp3 file of video • Copy/paste the URL and click Go http://www.listentoyoutube.com/ Provide mp3 for students or teachers to listen to on their device
  13. 13. TubeChop • Paste URL or search for YouTube video • Move ‗bookends‘ to where you want the video to begin and end • Click the Chop It button and receive an embed code as well as a unique tubechop URL for your chopped video http://tubechop.com/ Chop one video into multiple smaller chunks!
  14. 14. YouTube Challenge #1 1. Find an educational video on YouTube that you would like to use a portion of 2. Use TubeChop (http://tubechop.com) and chop the video 3. Share your link on Today‘s Meet https://todaysmeet.com/tceatots15 “Learn Today, Use Tomorrow”
  15. 15. YouTube Time Machine • Check out videos from 1860 to current • Dial a date • View videos from video games, television, commercials, current events, sports, movies, and music http://yttm.tv Great for finding archives of speeches!
  16. 16. ClipGrab • Free utility to download for your PC • Downloader/converter for YouTube, Vimeo, Metacafe • Save videos as MPEG4, MP3, and other formats http://clipgrab.org
  17. 17. SafeShare TV • Puts the YouTube video of your choice on a distraction-free page…no comments or recommended videos shown! • Can customize to chop, change the title, or choose a different theme background http://safeshare.tv/ Great for sharing a YouTube video with teachers, students and parents!
  18. 18. YouTube Challenge #2 1. Find an educational video on YouTube that you would like to show your fellow teachers 2. Use SafeShare.TV (http://safeshare.tv/) and generate a safe link 3. Share your link on Today‘s Meet https://todaysmeet.com/tceatots15 “Learn Today, Use Tomorrow”
  19. 19. A Few More . . . AlarmTube - Set a time you want to wake up, choose a video you want to hear as you rise, and you're done. You3b.com - Why watch only one YouTube video, or even two, when you can watch three at once? You can watch individually or all at the same time. YouTube Doubler - With YouTube Doubler you can watch two videos at the same time. Enter the URLs of both videos, and you're ready to go. TimeTube - Enter a few keywords and this site will build a timeline of videos related to them. YouTomb - A project from MIT that follows what videos are removed from YouTube for copyright violations. Tells you how many days ago the video was removed and how long it had been on the site prior to removal.
  20. 20. Uses of YouTube
  21. 21. Administrative Use 1. Flip faculty meetings 2. Share information with parents 3. Explain a concept 4. Give school updates
  22. 22. Principal’s Message http://youtu.be/zZ6RVnsnQCA/
  23. 23. School Closing http://youtu.be/sUtPG2J5RwQ/
  24. 24. Classroom Use 1. Spark lively discussions 2. Organize all the great video content you find 3. Archive your work 4. Allow students to dig deeper into a subject 5. Get struggling students up to speed, and push strong students ahead 6. Review for upcoming exams 7. Create quizzes to accompany videos for instant feedback 8. Flip your classroom
  25. 25. Spark Lively Discussions Kick off your next lesson with a video that grabs your students‘ attention. YouTube videos are great for engaging your students, bringing in different perspectives, and encouraging students to consider new viewpoints. http://youtu.be/7SjX7A_FR6g
  26. 26. Spark Lively Discussions Why not take your students to the source? http://youtu.be/DceHEBGVfj4
  27. 27. Save Videos You Find Playlists are YouTube's way of allowing you to organize videos on the site. A playlist is a series of videos you put together - they don't have to be videos you uploaded, and you get to choose the order. Great playlists include videos that... • Hook your students into a lesson. • Provide real-world context for lessons. • Help provide cultural relevance for your students. • Provide remediation for concepts not yet mastered. • Provide alternative viewpoints. • Provide visual context (chemical reactions, primary source videos). • Review previously taught content. Infinity
  28. 28. Archive Your Work Capture and save projects and discussions so you can refer back to them year after year. This will also help you save time as you can assign old videos to your new students. Record critical parts of your lesson so you can review how you taught that lesson in previous years. Pixar YouTube When absent students ask what they missed, send them a link to the video and they'll never fall behind. You can even customize who sees your videos by adjusting the privacy settings.
  29. 29. Extension Opportunities Give students the option to dig deeper into a subject by creating a playlist of videos related to that concept. By creating playlists of relevant videos you allow students to pursue their interests without wasting their time searching for information (or finding potentially unsuitable content). Hundreds of great playlists like the one you see on the left can be found at YouTube.com/teachers Elections
  30. 30. Personalize Your Classroom Videos can help supplement in-class teaching for struggling students. Students can review them at home so you're not forced to teach exclusively to the middle 50%. This video highlights the importance of meeting the personalized learning needs of students.
  31. 31. Review for Exams This video reviews what was taught in class, making it easy for students to go back and review before exams. Use a classroom presentation to create quick video flashcards for your students.
  32. 32. Flip Your Classroom Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams created a new way to approach instruction called flipped teaching. In a "flipped" classroom the students watch videos at home for the introduction to new material or review of content, and do all the hands-on practice in the classroom with the teacher.
  33. 33. Library Use Promote Library Activities - http://goo.gl/k4kLje http://youtu.be/J8Gu7FEFesI
  34. 34. Share the link to a YouTube video you like. It can be funny, educational, or inspirational. See the responses here: http://goo.gl/zLqp5u http://goo.gl/Bbv1gD
  35. 35. My Favorite http://youtu.be/l-gQLqv9f4o
  36. 36. YouTube Resources
  37. 37. http://youtube-global.blogspot.com/
  38. 38. Share on Today‘s Meet http://todaysmeet.com/tceatots15 Discussion Tweet @diben | #tceatots
  39. 39. The Letter R Song https://goo.gl/ZAugaw
  40. 40. Continue Learning
  41. 41. Your TCEA Social Community Gain insights, solve problems, and share resources Join the “All Things Google” Group
  42. 42. Get Your GOOGLE On Webinars Upcoming Webinars:  September 3rd – Google Apps for Education Updates  October 1st – Making the Most of Google Classroom  November 5th – Differentiate with Google Apps http://goo.gl/0EAFN
  43. 43. THIS PRESENTATION http://goo.gl/QUsmYy This work is licensed by Diana Benner under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Leave me a Comment about this presentation https://goo.gl/wicvxu Resources used for the presentation are located at https://goo.gl/QUsmYy Thank You!

Come learn how to use various YouTube tools in order to safely share videos without worrying about inappropriate comments and other hazards. Also learn how to easily shorten YouTube videos so your students watch only the portions you intend.

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