Engaging Students with Video

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Engaging Students with Video

Note: This workshop was presented by David Spencer to secondary school and outdoor educators on Friday September 14, 2014.

Step One

  1. Please set up an education themed Login for the following:
    * Youtube (Google)
    * EduBlogs
    I recommend that you select an educational username that reflects you and/or your teaching site or subject.
  2. If the web browser you are using is slow or not working properly, download and use the Google Chrome web browser.

Step Two: Assembling a YouTube Playlist

  1. Searching for videos
  2. MyChannel
  3. Creating Playlists and organizing videos
  4. Adding Videos to Your Playlist


Step Three: Setting up Your Edublog

  1. The CMS (Content management System) of Edublogs is Wordpress used worldwide by education and industry. The dashboard control panel is the same.
  2. naming your blog.
  3. Choosing a theme.
  4. Writing your first post.
  5. Editing your post.
  6. Changing a post date and time published.


Step Four: Embedding Videos

  1. Embedding videos into your EduBlog.
  2. Modifying the display size of a video.
  3. Adding a caption to a video.
  4. Writing a description and instructions.


Step Five: Sharing and Promoting Your Blog

  1. Sharing the URL with students
  2. Sharing your blog and videos on social media


Step Six: Feedback

  1. Please complete this online survey of today's workshop.



Follow on Twitter to help with your Videos and Blogging

  1. @Edublogs
  2. YouTube
  3. @TeachingChannel


Resources

  1. YouTube in Education
  2. Finding the next generation of talented video educators with YouTube Next EDU Guru and apply now.
  3. YouTube Education Channel
  4. Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall
  5. The Teacher’s Guide To Using YouTube In The Classroom
  6. 100 Best YouTube Videos for Teachers
  7. Web 2.0 tools for differentiated instruction A video presenting some examples of how teachers can use web tools to differentiate their instruction
  8. Using Youtube for Teaching" SlideShare presentation by Donal O' Mahony from Dublin, Ireland
  9. Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us video
  10. Educating Essex Full Length Advert - Channel 4
  11. DNA Learning Centre
  12. 21st Century Education in New Brunswick, Canada
  13. ClassroomVideo.com Video purchasing service.


Other Video Providers

The following organizations and companies offer video services. Some provide resources for you to embed the video into your blog.

  1. CBC Digital Archives
  2. Discovery Channel video
  3. How Stuff Works video
  4. NFB: National Film Board of Canada video
  5. National Geographic video
  6. TeacherTube video
  7. TVO: TV Ontario video
  8. Vimeo video


Online Web Site Building Software

There are a number of ways to take the code for a YouTube video and embed (insert) the video into your web site. The following are a few suggestions to guide you through this process.

  1. Select an online Web Site Builder. David Spencer recommends you select EduBlogs, Wordpress or Weebly.