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    Parent Guide to YouTube

    Hi folks! I know I know, it's deadline time for final projects and I've yet to show my final video. It's all been waiting for me to finish the final piece of the puzzle. In my quest to become a YouTube educator and make videos for kids, I've le
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    Making a video?

    [caption id="attachment_175" align="alignright" width="300"] Logo owned by author[/caption] For course three’s final project there seemed to be a great fit between a project that I had on hand and what the course was all about.  Visual design a
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    Amplify with a video

      https://youtu.be/-lmqIYU0T9w   A video can have a real power of amplification. However, in order to really amplify and develop an effective communication, there are a certain number of parameters to pay attention to. One of th
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    Sneaking up on YouTube

    This post is in reference to a flipped classroom YouTube channel I proposed a couple months ago. I'm excited, I'm intimidated, I'm having trouble breathing over here, folks. Can flipping and extending the skills-based learning "from class time to
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    Video + Games (Based Learning)

    Hey folks! Following on with a previous post on challenge based learning in the PYP curriculum, I decided I'd tackle Games-based learning next. Perhaps unfortunately for me (or at least my COETAIL deadlines), I was also thinking about my upcoming
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    Channel Change: A flipped classroom for technology skills?

    (COETAIL Course 5 Project Proposal) Hey folks, I’d like to share a little project idea with you. I've been thinking hard about what strengths I bring my classroom and how students respond to the lessons we do at school. How might I leverage t