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Source:https://www.tracx.com/resources/blog/social-media-demographics-2017-marketers/

It doesn’t take much encouragement for me to share my passion for using YouTube to enhance the learning environment. In the YouTube in the Classroom workshop at the Learning and Teaching Centre at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) on November 5, 2014 we explored using YouTube and other media to enhance the face2face, flipped, hybrid or blended and fully online settings.

The following are all the Youtube clips and related links used in the workshop:

YouTube in the Learning environment slide deck in PDF – YouTube-Learning environment.pdf

How to instructions:

Introduce a concept

Start at 4:00 minute

Introduce a context & bridge into the subject

Start at 15:01

Introduce the Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) for an online course

Introduce yourself and make a connection with students

Humor & comic relief

Introduce the main point of an argument

Introduce the main point of an argument – Bonus

Definition and Explanation

Explore Controversy

Flipped classroom assignment
Link to Visible Learning assignment page

Perhaps one of the best talks on learning & education – My favourite TED Talk

This just one of many TED talks that I recommend. If you go to TED.com and filter by “Most viewed” you will see Ken Robinson’s talks as well as Simon Sinek’s talk about Why and many more amazing talks.

My blog post The Power of Media in informal learning offers the insights that I have found in using media to help my two sons in their pursuit of becoming professional downhill racers.

Finally, to easily download video clips from youtube and embed them into your Powerpoint or Keynote programs (educational acceptable copyright permitting–check with your department or library) you can use the site clipconverter.cc

Enjoy!

How-YouTube-Increases-Classroom-Pass-Rates-Infographic

Source: elearninginfographics.com/youtube-increases-classroom-pass-rates-infographic/

For a learning theorist and instructor there are few things more invigorating than working with a group of highly motivated faculty. I had one of those invigorating sessions today at BCIT when I had the privilege of conducting a Part Time Studies Instructor Professional Development Day workshop on the Power of Video. While we focused much of our time on using Youtube to create a context, introduce a concept, provide a bridge, introduce humour, create engagement, offer complex instruction and much much more, we also explored using other forms of media in combination with video to enhance the face2face, blended or online learning environment.

The following are all the Youtube clips used in the workshop as well as several of my favourites that we unable to view due to the lack of time. Note for next year—need to allocate at least 90 minutes or more for the session.

Workshop slide deck in PDF – Power of Video.pdf

How to instructions:

Introduce a concept

Start at 4:00 minute

Introduce a context & bridge into the subject

Start at 15:01

Introduce the Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) for an online course

Introduce yourself and make a connection with students

How to instructions + pictures and step by step text
Watch the video to learn how to bleed your Avid Elixir brakes

This link will take you away from this page so remember to use the back button to get back to the blog – http://www.pinkbike.com/news/tech-tuesday-bleeding-avid-brakes-2010.html

Humor & comic relief

Introduce the main point of an argument

Identify and define a concept

Introduce an controversial topic

Perhaps one of the best talks on learning & education – My favourite TED Talk

This just one of many TED talks that I recommend. If you go to TED.com and filter by “Most viewed” you will see Ken Robinson’s talks as well as Simon Sinek’s talk about Why and many more amazing talks.

Why your brain craves infographics

This link will take you away from this page so remember to use the back button to get back to the blog – http://neomam.com/interactive/13reasons/

My blog post The Power of Media in informal learning offers the insights that I have found in using media to help my two sons in their pursuit of becoming professional downhill racers.

Finally, to easily download video clips from youtube and embed them into your Powerpoint or Keynote programs (educational acceptable copyright permitting–check with your department or library) you can use the site clipconverter.cc

Enjoy!

YT-vs-FB-Infographic-Final

Source: Brendan Gahan