Video Sharing – NMCC

November 9th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The advent of video sharing sites have made communicating through moving images almost effortless. These sites allow users to upload video and share it with the public at large or invited guests. Most video sharing sites also enable other types of social communication such as text/audio/video commenting, like/disklike-based voting systems, profiles, traversal through profile connections, as well as many more.

 

  1. Steven Garton
    November 10th, 2011 at 11:58 | #1

    Videos make the best tutorials for “how to” do something.

  2. Tracie
    November 10th, 2011 at 11:58 | #2

    The true issues that comes from this is copyright and appropriateness. Is appropriateness a moral issue, where is the line drawn?

  3. Anne Blanchard
    November 10th, 2011 at 11:59 | #3

    Yet another powerful tool. Let’s not hold our kids back! They shouldn’t have to “powerdown” when they come to school!

  4. Ben Nason
    November 10th, 2011 at 11:59 | #4

    As mentioned previously, what a great way to show, visually, what you know and make someone else better – how to play guitar, how to make a movie in iMovie, understanding Algebra…

  5. Gail Hagelstein
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:00 | #5

    I’m not a textbook fan. With sites like YouTube, we can bring the world to our students. They can experience beyond books, 16mm films and discover the greater world. (And we can learn from those who know what we don’t.)

  6. Hilary
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:00 | #6

    In ELA – I have my students write and present a how to paper, this would be an excellent project to do as video sharing.

  7. Dave Keaton
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:00 | #7

    This is a great enhancement to classroom/program teaching & learning

  8. Betsy York
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:00 | #8

    Although I have used video sharing for classes as well as personal use (how to make a set of steps, etc.), I hate that there is so much “junk” out there that has really no use for me. I’m hoping this gets better and that folks will censor themselves as this tool is used more.

  9. Tammy Jordan
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:01 | #9

    Unfortunately, ALL video and image tools are blocked at our school. And, when a teacher has found something they wish to use in school, they are not able to have easy access to those sites.

  10. ElizabethConnors
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:01 | #10

    I knew about youtube and used it many times to listen to music, etc. It wasn’t until last year, however, that my 8th grade students explained to me that anyone can post videos as well. apparently it was something they enjoyed on a regular basis. I’m comfortable with technology but obviously there is so much more I need to learn to keep up with them.

  11. Londa
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:01 | #11

    I offer SAT prep to sophomores and I use a lot of videos available through you-tube and other video sites. This is a great way to offer additional help and the kids have a chance to change gears from taking the quizzes to watching. Personally, I use you-tube for everything! I just learned to knit different stitches using the videos.nI take care of the school web site and I always have current slide shows – kids want to see the latest pictures and parents do also.nAny project I work on with teachers will incorporate videos, glogs, images, prezis, anything to learn something new as part of the learning.

  12. Ben Nason
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:01 | #12

    The current generation is visually oriented, video makes learning much easier

  13. Pam
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:01 | #13

    The instructional videos from Kahn Academy have been a big hit with the students.

  14. Kim
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:02 | #14

    Video sharing programs are blocked at our school. If I want to show a YouTube video in my classroom, I have to go to the Technology coordinator to get him to shut down the filter so I can show a video. I know that many of our students use YouTube at home. They will make videos and then upload to YouTube. It is too bad that we do not have the use of these types of programs in our school.

  15. Dave Keaton
    November 10th, 2011 at 12:05 | #15

    We are exploring to use “Second Life” as a means to allow distant learning tapping into our CTE Center.

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