Where? In Your YouTube Channel !
➔ Here’s mine:
➔ Is your school using Google
Apps for Education? Has your
GAFE admin turned on
YouTube for teachers and/or
➔ If not, you can create a personal
Google Account and that will
give you access to YouTube.
➔ If you have a Google Account,
go to YouTube and sign in with
that account information to
connect your Google Account to
YouTube. More about signing
➔ For support, check out these
getting started videos from
YouTube’s Help channel.
Other Methods and Tools
➔ Web Sites
➔ Record into YouTube
➔ Google Hangouts on Air
◆ Hangouts on Air
Your Homework: Upload By Email
1. Take out your mobile device or use Photobooth on a Mac.
2. Capture a video clip by interviewing a friend for a minute or
a. Use this prompt: What have you learned so far at CBI?
3. Email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Visit my channel to see the results:
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
➔ 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
➔Videos inserted into Google Forms
➔Embedded in web sites wikis and blogs
Curating: Search Effectively
➔ Use the browse and search functionality of YouTube to find
channels and individual videos.
➔ Use the Filters button to refine your query.
➔ Create playlists for units that you teach. Set them up ahead of time
or post-production. You can also create them on the fly.
➔ Give links to playlists to students to supplement classroom
➔ Collect videos created by students to show to parents. You can use
Where Do You Find Content?
Subscribe to channels. A few suggestions:
➔ Google Science Fair
➔ Library of Congress
➔ Common Sense Educators
➔ Buck Institute
Curating: Create Playlists
Create playlists on
the fly or in your
Stop and play around
with search in
YouTube. Add a few
videos to a playlist.
Specific Instructional Uses
➔ Flipping the classroom
(or flip the PD or faculty
➔ Language practice
➔ Assessments and
➔ Independent study
➔ Writing Prompts
➔ Field trip documentation
➔ Choose Your Own
➔ Show a video in a
➔ Additional ideas from