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John Evans

Practical Ed Tech Tips - YouTube - 0 views

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    " Directions, tips, and tricks for using popular ed tech apps and sites. "
John Evans

Evernote Post-it® Note Camera Overview - YouTube - 3 views

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    "Evernote helps you remember what's important. And now, it lets you take your Post-it® Notes with you wherever you go. Whether it's a to-do list, reminder, sketch, or big idea, just capture your Post-it® Notes into Evernote, then save, tag, search, and sync them across all of your devices."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: Dozens of Alternatives to YouTube - 4 views

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    "Over the last few years I've seen more schools opening up access to YouTube, at least to teachers, than I had in the past. YouTube for Schools has partially contributed to that trend. Tools like ViewPure and Watchkin have made using YouTube videos in schools a little less scary too. All that said, there are still lots of schools that block access to YouTube. That's why a few years ago I started to maintain a list of alternatives to YouTube."
John Evans

How To Turn A Hit YouTube Series Into A Book The AsapSCIENCE Way | Co.Create | creativi... - 0 views

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    AsapSCIENCE started as a YouTube side project and became a big deal. Here, the creators talk about channeling their channel into a book.
John Evans

BrainStuff - HowStuffWorks - YouTube - 1 views

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    "Whether the topic is popcorn or particle physics, you can count on the HowStuffWorks team to explore - and explain - the everyday science in the world around us on BrainStuff."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: What Determines Hair Color? - And Other Lessons on Genetics - 2 views

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    Brain Stuff - How Stuff Works
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create an Audio Slideshow With Annotations in YouTube - 2 views

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    "Within YouTube there is a free tool for creating audio slideshows. You supply the images and YouTube supplies the audio track. You can pick from thousands of audio tracks to match to your slides. After adding your slides and selecting an audio track you can add speech bubbles to your slides. I demonstrate all of these steps in the video embedded below."
John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Add Annotations to YouTube Videos - Video - 0 views

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    "Adding annotations to YouTube videos is a good way to add little bubbles of information to a video or to create a series of choose your own adventure videos. A great example of using annotations in student-produced videos can be found here. In the video embedded below I provide directions for adding annotations to your YouTube videos. You can also find screenshots of the process in this post."
Phil Taylor

Free Technology for Teachers: Five Ways Students Can Share Videos Without YouTube - 1 views

  • Google Apps for Education users can have students upload their videos to Google Drive and then share them just as they would share any other file in Google Drive. The videos will play in Google Drive. Complete directions for that process can be
John Evans

My Top 12 Favorite Channels on the new YouTube Kids App - 3 views

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    "There has been a huge buzz recently on Twitter about the new YouTube Kids app. There are thousands of great videos to search for on this new platform. The app opens up in a very clean and inviting menu that breaks down content into four categories: Shows, Music, Learning, and Explore. Each of these sections has designated channels packed with amazing video content. The YouTube for Kids App is FREE and is certainly one that I will be recommending at future conferences I present at. Where we couldn't fit all of the great content into this post, we certainly welcome you to use the comments section below to share your favorite YouTube for Kids channels."
John Evans

Moving at the Speed of Creativity | iPad Classroom Workflow: Publishing Student Videos ... - 2 views

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    "It's not the "norm" today but it should be: Every K-12 classroom teacher needs access to a YouTube channel to publish student work as well as their own videos. The past two years I've used a classroom YouTube channel for my elementary STEM class. Video is a very powerful medium, and Google provides teachers via YouTube with (in the words of Jim Sill) unlimited, high definition, mobile-friendly video hosting for FREE. Consider:

    Over half the adults in the United States are now equipped with a smartphone capable of viewing YouTube videos. (56% as of June 2013)
    A year ago (in March 2014) PEW reported 63% of US adults watch online videos."
John Evans

January's Favorite Education and Instructional Technology YouTube Videos - 4 views

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    "In this month's best of YouTube cull, sink your senses into videos exploring multimedia learning, hybrid learning, and the potential of flipped learning. Consider the realities of the #edtech 'revolution' and get inspired by the transformational power of technology …"
John Evans

YouTube drops Flash for HTML5 video as default | The Verge - 2 views

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    "The slow death of Adobe Flash has been hastened - YouTube, which used the platform as the standard way to play its videos, has dumped Flash in favor of HTML5 for its default web player. The site will now use HTML5 video as standard in Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, Safari 8, and in beta versions of Firefox. YouTube engineer Richard Leider said the time had come to ditch the aging Flash in favor of HTML5 as the latter, used in smart TVs and other streaming devices, had benefits that "extend beyond web browsers.""
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