What have you learned from YouTube?
Play #1 - Learned on YouTube
Share a link to a video on YouTube that where you learned something you didn't already know.
Advanced Playlist Options
Tracking and Feedback
1. Analogue - Pen and Paper “Note-takers”
Annotations With annotations you can layer text, links, and hotspots over your video. You can add information, interactivity and engagement.
Examples and Uses
- Interactive Quiz or Review - by James Sanders
- Choose your own adventure
- Direct students to other videos/ previous concepts
- Add info that you left out during the recording
Other YouTube Tools that could help with Flipping the Classroom
Use Your "One Channel" to Organize Content
Play #3 Where do you want to go now?
Option 1: Create a Google Form and embed a video in it. Come up with questions that you'd like students to answer.
Option 2. Install the Chrome Extension for SnagIt. Try your hand at creating a quick tutorial and posting it to YouTube.
Option 3. Start getting that channel of yours organized to deliver the content your students need to see.