Video is a powerful medium for bringing relevant engaging information to your classroom. YouTube allows our students to experience events, places, and people that might otherwise not be possible. Not only do we have the ability to consume content, we have an ever-increasing ease to create content as well. We can create content to supplement our teaching, offer remediation, and to allow students to show mastery of learning. This course will provide you with the foundational skills necessary to utilize existing video content as well as the skills needed to become a creator of content.
Optional: 1 Graduate Credit from Adams State University (additional $79)
If you would like to earn one graduate credit for an additional $79 from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado you can add that to your checkout or at the end of your course.
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Kyle is the Director of Technology with the Grain Valley School District in Grain Valley, Missouri, and has worked with K-12 teachers to provide technology leadership and instructional technology professional development and support since 2004. Kyle’s prior experience was teaching in the elementary classroom. Kyle holds a Master of Arts degree in Education with an emphasis in Educational Technology. Kyle champions to support teaching and learning with meaningful technology integration using a multitude of technologies and believes that creating meaningful, active learning experiences for adults is the best way to give the same kind of learning experiences to our students.