Hollywood In Your Pocket

Video Apps That Put You In The Director’s Chair

Hollywood In Your Pocket – 21CLHK 2018 from Steve Katz

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1 Second Everyday

I am always looking for fun ways to create movies, and when Ben Summerton shared the app 1 Second Everyday, I could not resist trying it out. I decided to film clips of my winter vacation in Cambodia & Malaysia.

The app is easy to use, and finds the videos you are taking and sorts them […]

Force & Motion Movies

This is a follow up to my post about using YouTube Editor as a formative assessment and research tool in the force and motion science unit.

I was really impressed with the fourth graders’ deep thinking and understanding about concepts such as push, pull, gravity, and others. In class they discussed what these look like in […]

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 […]

More Student Stop Motion

I have been doing stop motion animation with students since 2011, and it has been a lot of fun. I have worked with students in several curricular areas, and also was the advisor of a stop motion club for two years. I have started a playlist (below) of a few of my favorites.

Great Remixes With WEAVLY

I recently came across what looks like it will be a promising tool for remixing media. WEAVLY (still in beta) currently allows you to remix YouTube videos, SoundCloud audio, gif images, and has a good tool for adding titles. They appear to be planning to add other media to the mix, including Vine videos, Tumblr, […]

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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Film Directly to Google Drive

It is very easy to add film of photos directly to your Google drive with an iOS device. I think it is the easiest way for students to share media when working in groups. Follow the steps below.

Download this handout: Film to Drive

How to Embed Videos in Blogger

How to embed YouTube & Screenbird videos into a blog post on Blogger. I created this video with QuickTime and edited it with the YouTube Video Editor.

Film Directly To YouTube

This week I discovered a great tool for filming & then posting directly to YouTube. The free iOS app YouTube Capture allows you to film in the app and then post your footage directly to YouTube. This is is very easy to use. I created a step by step handout for first time users (below).

YouTube […]