I haven’t been browsing NSF content on YouTube, yet the “recommended content” showing up on the homepage of YouTube is not anything I would want my students to see. Do you have this problem too? Here is a link to the page that will guide in the simple steps you’ll want to take to adjust this setting on YouTube:
Perhaps you ready to start flipping your classroom or want to create other video content to share with your students, but you’re not ready to go viral and become a YouTube celebrity. Here’s how you can put your videos up on YouTube without putting yourself out there to everybody else!
WeVideo is a free and very easy to use web-based platform that does a really great job of integrating with other websites such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Facebook, and Instagram to allow users to make and share videos online. The ease of allowing multiple collaborators on an editing project and its ease of use with Chromebooks is what sets it apart from some other platforms.
Want to make sure that your students are doing their flipped classroom homework? Use Videonot.es to have them take time-stamped notes on the video! Videonot.es is integrated with Google Drive and you can also have students respond to questions you pose within the video! Of course another option would be to embed your videos into a Google Form quiz, but the time-stamping feature is what distinguishes VideoNot.es.