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Flipping Your Class with Videos and Live Streaming from YouTube Live

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Have you ever wanted to flip your class, giving your students instructional videos that they can view at home? Or maybe you've just wanted to provide video instruction for students who want to review or who have missed class. Either way, YouTube Live can help! Join Sarah Thomas, a Google Certified Innovator, as she shows how you can flip your classroom using YouTube Live She'll share how you can make your flips interactive through "Virtual Office Hours" so that your students can participate and ask questions, without having to show their faces. Sarah will also cover how to make your classroom more transparent by including parents in the process as well. Finally, she'll explain how to automatically archive videos to your channel for later viewing.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, May 12, 2018 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Google Intermediate
Tags: Flipped Class, Flipping, Google Hangouts, video

Reviews (60)

Full Member
This information will increase my use of videos in class.
Full Member
Interesting, I think I am ready to try it.
Full Member
Love the idea of going live but makes me nervous! Nice resources thank you
Full Member
Good resource!
Full Member
Interesting. I'm going to look more into this.
Full Member
Good, Interested in more information
Good video, took my fear away from creating “live” videos.
Basic Member
I had no idea that YouTube had added this feature and it's neat to see how it could be used in a classroom setting.
Very informational
Full Member
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