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YouTube Workshop for Educators

 

YouTube Workshop for Educators

 

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Description

YouTube the way schools and teachers want it...no comments, no related videos, and only videos that you want...With YouTube for schools and YouTube for teachers learning goes viral!!! - Brought to you by Computer-Using Educators (CUE), the producers of the YouTube Teachers Studio and Google Teacher Academy, the YouTube Workshop for Educators introduces participants to innovative ways YouTube can be used in education. A workshop of fast-paced presentations and hands-on activities includes experience with aggregating videos on your YouTube Channel, editing creative commons videos, creating videos for you students and "flipping" your classroom. YouTube Star Teachers share ways they've implemented YouTube tools such as Playlists, Channels, the YouTube Video Editor, the new YouTube EDU, and... even more. Participants who complete the event are given access to the Google Workshops for Educators Network, an online community focused on supporting educators as they learn more about the power of YouTube to drive student learning. CUE is an official Google Professional Development partner.

 


Pricing
A YouTube Workshop for Educators can be brought to your staff (or to educators in your area) at a price of $250 per participant for the full-day experience, or $150 for a half-day experience complete with access to the Google Workshop for Educators Network (GWEN) at the end of the event.
This service includes needs assessment, online registration, the Lead Learners (including travel), a custom curriculum, online resources, and an online evaluation. Requests to add or remove features (or higher travel costs depending on location) may affect the price of the event. A custom proposal will be prepared to meet your needs. Because some host organizations cannot fund an entire group of participants, two registration options are available:

  • Group Registration - The host organization handles the registration process independently and then provides CUE with a list of attendees and a check for the lump sum of their registration fees.
  • Individual Registration - CUE handles online registration, allowing individuals to sign up and pay via credit card online. 

 


Facilities
A YouTube Workshop for Educators can be hosted at your facility in any of the following four formats:

  • Single Lab Option - The YWE is hosted in a single fixed computer lab with Windows, Mac, or Linux computers for all participants (in addition to a projector and screen for the Lead Learners). Participants remain in the lab as Lead Learners take turns sharing various topics. Capacity depends on the lab, but 20-30 participants is typical.
  • Single Room BYOL Option - The YWE is hosted in a single classroom with tables, power strips, and strong wifi (in addition to a projector and screen for the Lead Learners). Participants bring their own laptop and remain in the room as Lead Learners take turns sharing various topics. Capacity depends on the room, but 20-30 participants is typical.
  • Mutiple Lab Option - The YWE is hosted a facility, such as a school site, with multiple fixed computer labs (each with Windows, Mac, or Linux computers for all participants and a projector & screen for the Lead Learners). A large meeting room, such as a theater or auditorium, where all participants can meet is also necessary.  Participants begin in the large room and then rotate through the labs for "breakout sessions"with specific Lead Learners. Capacity of 50-90 participants is typical.
  • Multiple Room BYOL Option - The YWE is hosted in a facility with one large meeting room, such as a theater or auditorium, and several smaller classrooms with tables, power strips, and strong wifi (in addition to a projector and screen for the Lead Learners).  Participants bring their own laptop and then rotate between the large room and the smaller classrooms for "breakout sessions" with specific Lead Learners. Capacity of 50-90 participants is typical.

Booking
Contact CUE's Professional Learning Coordinator, for additional details or to book an event. You may also complete the online Request Form to request an event.
 
For more information, contact:
Jon Corippo
Director of Academic Innovation
CUE
jcorippo@cue.org
925.954.4816



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A Nonprofit Dedicated to Advancing Student Achievement Through Technology
CUE is an official Google Professional Development partner.