Additional Resources: http://goo.gl/vPRW1
Add your favorite educational YouTube videos to this crowdsourced list:
Lucy’s YouTube Diigo Group: http://goo.gl/xCgSO
Lucy’s Google Custom Search on YouTube: http://goo.gl/RoiRi
Lucy’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/elemenous
Note to iPad Users
Apple has removed the YouTube app from devices;
you have to download the new Google version from
the App store.
YouTube on an iPad will look quite different than
when accessing it via a web browser.
Use the desktop version through the Safari browser.
Flip Cam- like devices
Exporting Still Images
Video creation sites
Record video from web
cam (on YouTube’s site or
using your webcam)
Google Hangouts on Air
Upload your video via email.
Take out your mobile device.
Interview a neighbor. Ask them about their 1:1 experience thus far.
Email it to:
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 upload.
Autocorrect color, add color ﬁlters, and stabilize video images.
Add copyright friendly audio.
Upload caption ﬁles or transcripts.
More robust editing capabilities are available in the online YouTube
editor as well.
Where’s Your YouTube Channel?
Your Channel In-depth
Use the browse and search functionality of YouTube to ﬁnd
channels and individual videos. Use Filter to reﬁne your query.
Create playlists for units that you teach. Add videos to playlists
ahead of class or 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
keep links private.
Useful YouTube Links
Creator Hub - Education
YouTube Creators blog
YouTube - Education
Flip your classroom
Review and remediation
From Tami’s Tech4Teaching
Student and teacher reﬂection
Field trip documentation
Choose Your Own Adventure
Embed a video in a Google Site
and have kids answer questions
in an embedded Google Form
Flipping the Classroom
Flip your instruction so that students watch and
listen to your lectures… for homework, and then use
your precious class-time for what previously, often,
was done in homework: tackling difﬁcult problems,
working in groups, researching, collaborating,
crafting and creating. Classrooms become
laboratories or studios, and yet content delivery is
Via Jackie Gerstein http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/the-ﬂipped-classroom-model-a-full-picture/