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Wednesday, March 1 • 8:30am - 11:00am
Creative YouTube Ideas to Energize and Engage Learners

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YouTube is the second most visited site on the Internet. Are you leveraging its ability to allow your school and your students to engage, create and share in positive and impactful ways? At the outset, this workshop will discuss a number of different approaches to infusing video into the classroom. Attendees will learn how to present information in creative ways using video, screencasting, stop motion and a variety of other formats. With a foundational understanding of why to use YouTube video for instruction, attendees will explore the YouTube editor and begin working on creating meaningful content personalized for their learning environments.

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James Gubbins

District Technology Coordinator, Maine Township High School District 207
James Gubbins has been on the forefront of implementing technology in the classroom for nearly 20 years. He maintains the blog zenodotus.net which gives succinct, helpful information on useable technology and explores current trends in educational design and pedagogy. As the District Technology Coordinator for a High School District, he has been involved in education and technology in multiple capacities and has a passion for helping educators... Read More →


Wednesday March 1, 2017 8:30am - 11:00am
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