What have you learned from YouTube?
Play #1 - Learned on YouTube
Share a link to a video on YouTube that where you learned something you didn't already know.
Advanced Playlist Options
- Start video at specific time
- Add note
- Embed a Playlist in a Google Site - Thanks, Jim Sill
Tracking and Feedback
1. Analogue - Pen and Paper “Note-takers”
Order of Operations Video - by Chris Raymaakers
2. Digital - Embed Quiz with Video
Now in Google Forms!!!
3. Ted-Ed Flipping
Example Lesson - Average Speed
Play #2Take a moment to browse TED-Ed by subject area or by series. Click through the “Quick Quizzes”, “Think” and “Dig Deeper” activities. Bookmark any that look relevant to your teaching so that you can come back later and watch the video.
With annotations you can layer text, links, and hotspots over your video. You can add information, interactivity and engagement.
Examples and Uses
- Interactive Quiz or Review - by James Sanders
- Choose your own adventure
- Direct students to other videos/ previous concepts
- Add info that you left out during the recording
Chrome Extension: Snag It
How To Make an Educational Screencast
Quick Screen Recording Tutorial for Mac Users
Other YouTube Tools that could help with Flipping the Classroom
Use Your "One Channel" to Organize Content
Learn more: http://www.youtube.com/onechannel
Components of your One Channel (YouTube Help's Playlist)
- Unique Channel Art (Guidelines)
- Links connected to other Social Networks, websites
- Unsubscribed Trailer (to generate subscribers)
- Sections & Playlists: Uploads, Recents, Playlists, Activity, Tags, Other Channels
- Custom Thumbnails
- Channel Trailer
Play #3 Where do you want to go now?Option 1: Create a Google Form and embed a video in it. Come up with questions that you'd like students to answer.
Option 2. Install the Chrome Extension for SnagIt. Try your hand at creating a quick tutorial and posting it to YouTube.
Option 3. Start getting that channel of yours organized to deliver the content your students need to see.