Going Live: Student Lead Talk Show to Create, Communicate and Connect
Participate and share : Poster
Scott St Pierre
Using a variety of online tools, explore how students can connect and create content with peers and experts, near and far. With the use of YouTube's live streaming and archiving, explore how to learn from and with a community or the world and create formative assessment supports.
|Audience:||Library media specialists, Teachers, Curriculum/district specialists|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Any software or apps used in presentation will have at least a free online option.|
|Topic:||Online tools, apps & resources|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
Digital Age Learning Environments
The idea of use of video production in education is not new. It just wasn't realistic for all classrooms to accomplish in the past. Either technical or financial barriers existed. YouTube Live, along with a laptop and webcam, make this challenge a possibility for all students and classrooms.
With live streaming and archiving on YouTube, our students will also become creators of content and have the ability to share to a larger audience. The size of this audience can be controlled through the audience features on YouTube (private, unlisted or public). These tools would be a great support in an Inquiry process or in Problem Based Learning.
By sharing with a larger community, peers and experts can be a part of the process when creating content as well as be involved in providing feedback, creating conditions for excellent Formative Assessment supports.
The tools and processes have changed drastically since this topic was presented by Scott at ISTE '15. This session will be appropriate for beginners as well as those who would like an update on these tools and processes.
Curriculum connections will be reviewed. (10 minutes)
Needed hardware will be discussed (using often readily available options). (10 minutes)
Free online tools (looking at a variety of options) will be used to create the collaborate content. (10 minutes)
Both in-classroom and virtual methods of students creating their content will be demonstrated where the participants will create their own online talk show. (30 minutes).
Dylan Wiliam - Embedded Formative Assessment;
Thomas Guskey - Evaluating Professional Development;
Anne Davies - Making Classroom Assessment Work;
Karen Hume - Start Where They Are;
Carol Ann Tomlinson - The Differentiated Classroom;
Harvey Daniels and Stephanie Harvey - Comprehension & Collaboration: Inquiry Circles in Action;
Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins- Essential Questions: Opening Doors to Student Understanding;
Phillip C. Schlechty - Working on the Work;
Ronnie Bincer - The Hangout Helper
Scott has spent 25 years with Saskatoon Public Schools (Canada) in the capacities of teacher, instructional leader, consultant, and administrator. He has presented at conferences around North America in both the education and podcasting fields. For the past 8 years, Scott has also been a producer and managing partner of two award-winning podcast networks.
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