Why Aren't More Teachers Streamers?
Listen and learn : Snapshot
Monday, June 24, 10:30–11:30 am
Location: Room 111
Presentation 1 of 2
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With sites like YouTube and Twitch now playing host to streamers that cover a wide variety of topics, why aren't teachers getting in on the game? Learn how teachers can get their stream life up and running and establish a solid model of use.
|Audience:||Teachers, Professional developers, Technology coordinators/facilitators|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||None.|
|Focus:||Digital age teaching & learning|
|Topic:||Instructional design and delivery|
|Subject area:||Language arts, Math|
|ISTE Standards:||For Coaches:
Digital Age Learning Environments
At the end of this presentation participants will know how to begin creating their own stream for students and parents to access. Participants will also be mindful of any data sharing laws and agreements that their school system and localities may have in place.
Participants will also be given a list of resources available to them to create, edit, and showcase their videos for streaming purposes.
Tools that will be used: Youtube, Twitch.
Demonstration of streamers (5 minutes)
What makes a good stream (3 minutes) - An overview of some of the most popular streamers on the internet will be given.
What do you need to stream (5 minutes) - What tools do you need? When is it best to use budget items vs high-priced?
Using Youtube Live to stream (15 minutes) - Explore the Youtube Studio and how to create a video for live streaming.
Using Twitch to stream (7 minutes) - Explore the twitch platform and how to stream
Beyond these sites, making polished videos (10 minutes) - We will explore what software is available (both free and paid) for teachers to make more polished videos.
Best practices for videos (5 minutes) - Consider what local laws and also school policies are in place for streaming, and also for possibly having "guests" on such as students.
Q&A (5 minutes)
The Transformational Potential of Flipped Classrooms - Michael Horn
Enhancing Student Engagement Using the Flipped Classroom - Mary Beth Gilbory