YouTube Editor for Classroom Movies

Presentation resources for the AppsEvents South Korea Summit featuring Google for Education, May 9, 2015.

Resources

YouTube Editor

YouTube Editor Tutorials

YouTube Capture (for iOS)

Creative Commons Licenses

How to:

Set up your YouTube channel

Upload videos

Use YouTube Editor

Promo from a Fish Bowl professional development session with similar objectives.

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Take a look at what was created at the 2014 Beyond Laptops (below) by remixing […]

Creating Classroom Movies With YouTube Editor

Presentation resources for the EdTech Team South Korea Summit featuring Google Apps for Education, September 28, 2014.

Resources

YouTube Editor

YouTube Editor Tutorials

YouTube Capture (for iOS)

Creative Commons Licenses

Movie Rubric Creator

How to:

Set up your YouTube channel

Upload videos

Use YouTube Editor

Promo from a Fish Bowl professional development session with similar objectives.

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Math Apps For English Language Learners

A close friend of mine, Jim Wenk, is going to pilot a math class for ELL students using iPads, and he asked me for some recommendations for apps. I didn’t have too many recommendations, so I asked my PLN. Below is what was suggested & who suggested the app. All are free unless otherwise noted.

100s […]

15 Tips For Creating Movies in Your Classroom

1. Select the right project.

2. Keep a curricular focus.

3. Know what you want for the final product.

4. Treat the movie like an essay.

5. Keep the rubric focused on content.

6. Include some technical criteria in the rubric. (lighting, sound, etc.)

7. Have a time constraint.

8. Critique example movies with students, using your rubric.

9. If being don in […]

Change Language in Google Docs

I created this tip for our new teachers, but figured other people might want to know how to do this.

Presenting at KORCOS

Just a few photos of the sessions I presented at the KORCOS conference March 9, 2012. The sessions I presented were:

Teach With Video
Personalizing PD for Administrators (with Tim Bray)
Best Professional Development Practices for 21st Century Learning Environments (with Darren Price & Joseph Fambro)

 See more photos from the […]

Good Vibrations – Learning About Sound

Recently Jay Hopp, a middle school science teacher told me he was going to teach a unit on sound and asked me if GarageBand might be a good tool to use to help the students understand sound better. I had no idea what he was teaching about, so I borrowed a text book and read […]

Camera Share

Last Friday (March 2, 2012) the @pple Meetup group had a “Camera Share.” We each brought in a favorite camera that we use either at school or personally. Below is the list of the cameras we shared:

Online Safety

The presentation I gave to middle school students today about online safety.

Internet Safety for Middle Schoolers

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Teach With Video Podcast 016

Editing tips for student- created video projects.

My “Video Editing Order of Operations.”

Edit Clips
Titles
Effects
Transitions
Sound

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