YouTube is the place to go to watch videos by either amateurs or professionals. Approximately 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute and almost 5 billion videos are watched on Youtube every single day! Whether on computer or mobile, watching videos for entertainment or instructions/tutorials is not going to fade. Why not embrace this medium and learn how to create your own videos. In addition, you become the role model for students in digital citizenship and can then incorporate it into your lessons so your students can follow your lead.
Here are some reviews/tutorials on a few technology tools that will allow you or your students to create a video for class.
Blanos, Christine. (2017, July 16). Screencastify Critique [Video File]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/ziuQzn3nMLI
Donchev, Danny. (2017, March 23). 36 Mind Blowing YouTube Facts, Figures, and Statistics – 2017. Retrieved from https://fortunelords.com/youtube-statistics/
Rahim, Shuva. (2017, July 15). Camtasia Critique [Video File]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/hA-6zulw-Ss
Riccardelli, Tiffany. (2017, July 14). Powtoon: A Mixed Digital Media Critique by Tiffany Riccardelli [Video File]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/68A7UnUaI58