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When using a Microsoft Form you can add a YouTube video or Microsoft Stream video to a question. This allows you to ask the responder to view the video and answer a question about the video. Microsoft Stream is a secure place to upload your school district videos. You can upload videos to Microsoft Stream just like you would to… Read More »Embed Video in Microsoft Forms
Add YouTube Videos to Google Slides I was asked how to keep YouTube from showing suggested videos. An easy way to accomplish this is to share a Google Slides with YouTube videos embedded in the slides! Bonus, you can add context and notes to the video. YouTube Locate the video you want to share with students on YouTube and copy… Read More »Safely Share YouTube Videos
Add a Video to a YouTube Playlist It would be hard to deny the impact that YouTube has had on our culture. I don’t know about your kids but my 5 kids are constantly learning things from watching YouTube. A video can be an excellent hook for learning. Create curiosity. As you troll YouTube and find those awesome videos, add… Read More »YouTube: Add to Playlist
Google Hangouts on Air is being moved to YouTube Live YouTube live allows you to live broadcast to YouTube and have the recording automatically save to YouTube. I really like the features of YouTube live. There is an integrated chat for those watching the video stream that is really nice. It also seems I am able to have more people… Read More »YouTube Live: Bookmark It
Personally, I cringe when I hear a teacher mention they are making videos for their students. I absolutely advocate for teachers to create videos. However, regardless of the medium, student engagement matters. Too often I see 10-20 minute videos for students to watch. Ugh. Ten Seconds Research shows that people decide in the first 10 seconds if they are going… Read More »30 Second Videos for Your Students
I bought Minecraft for my 7 year old son and asked him if he needed help with it. “No, I just looked it up on YouTube.” We all know that YouTube is a great source for tutorial videos. Did you know that YouTube is the #2 search engine? Students are very likely to look up information on YouTube, it has… Read More »5 Ways to Teach with YouTube
Creative Commons is a type of copyright license that allows others to utilize the work, with credit! I am a big advocate of teaching our students about copyright and to ensure that we use images and works with a Creative Commons license to set a good example. Click Here for more information on Creative Commons. Set Creative Commons By default… Read More »Editing Creative Commons YouTube Videos
On occasion I will be viewing a YouTube video, but it is part of set of videos in a playlist. The URL at the top links to the playlist. This is a problem for when I want to isolate the video in the playlist and only share the one video. Edit the URL Notice the URL is much longer than… Read More »YouTube: Isolate a Video from a Playlist
Click Here to open Melanie Ramsey’s image. Recently YouTube has made some changes to their interface. I was having trouble locating where the Video Manager in YouTube is, Melanie Ramsey saved the day. She quickly tweeted me a Google Drawing she created with how to directions! Click on your Profile Picture Clicking on your profile picture now gives you the… Read More »Find Video Manager in YouTube
When I am making videos for my online classes I strive to create 30 second video clips. 3 minutes is my upper limit, but I really try not to get anywhere close to that length for a video. Rather than one long video I record for 30 seconds at a time and put the collection of videos into a YouTube playlist.… Read More »YouTube Playlist Tips
One of the advantages the Google Hangout (GHO) has over Skype is the ability to watch YouTube videos together at the same time. I especially like this feature for online learning. When students are asked to collaborate together Google Hangouts can be a way for small groups to get together in real time. If the instructor creates or provides YouTube… Read More »Google Hangout on Air: Watching YouTube Videos
Tim Payne is a Physical Education pre-service teacher in my class. In going over the YouTube in the classroom lesson today Tim came up with a great idea. Film the students in a game or completing an activity. Upload the video to YouTube. Set the video as Creative Commons Click on the settings wheel next to the upload button.… Read More »Tim Payne’s PE YouTube lesson
Link to post on Virtual Manipulative’s: http://goo.gl/BaHklV If your school blocks YouTube a work around could be to use a GIF creator. I create a screen capture to demonstrate computer techniques and upload it to YouTube. I have the MakeGIF Video Capture Chrome extension that will convert part of the video to an animated GIF. Embedding the GIF on your webpage will show… Read More »Use a GIF instead of YouTube