Engaging Students with Video
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- 1 Engaging Students with Video
- 2 Step One
- 3 Step Two: Assembling a YouTube Playlist
- 4 Step Three: Setting up Your Edublog
- 5 Step Four: Embedding Videos
- 6 Step Five: Sharing and Promoting Your Blog
- 7 Step Six: Feedback
- 8 Follow on Twitter to help with your Videos and Blogging
- 9 Resources
- 10 Other Video Providers
- 11 Online Web Site Building Software
Engaging Students with Video
Note: This workshop was presented by David Spencer to secondary school and outdoor educators on Friday September 14, 2014.
- Please set up an education themed Login for the following:
* Youtube (Google)
I recommend that you select an educational username that reflects you and/or your teaching site or subject.
- 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
- Searching for videos
- Creating Playlists and organizing videos
- Adding Videos to Your Playlist
Step Three: Setting up Your Edublog
- The CMS (Content management System) of Edublogs is Wordpress used worldwide by education and industry. The dashboard control panel is the same.
- naming your blog.
- Choosing a theme.
- Writing your first post.
- Editing your post.
- Changing a post date and time published.
Step Four: Embedding Videos
- Embedding videos into your EduBlog.
- Modifying the display size of a video.
- Adding a caption to a video.
- Writing a description and instructions.
Step Five: Sharing and Promoting Your Blog
- Sharing the URL with students
- Sharing your blog and videos on social media
Step Six: Feedback
- Please complete this online survey of today's workshop.
Follow on Twitter to help with your Videos and Blogging
- YouTube in Education
- Finding the next generation of talented video educators with YouTube Next EDU Guru and apply now.
- YouTube Education Channel
- Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall
- The Teacher’s Guide To Using YouTube In The Classroom
- 100 Best YouTube Videos for Teachers
- Web 2.0 tools for differentiated instruction A video presenting some examples of how teachers can use web tools to differentiate their instruction
- Using Youtube for Teaching" SlideShare presentation by Donal O' Mahony from Dublin, Ireland
- Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us video
- Educating Essex Full Length Advert - Channel 4
- DNA Learning Centre
- 21st Century Education in New Brunswick, Canada
- 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.
- CBC Digital Archives
- Discovery Channel video
- How Stuff Works video
- NFB: National Film Board of Canada video
- National Geographic video
- TeacherTube video
- TVO: TV Ontario video
- 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.