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How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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This class is designed for students who already know how to record videos, edit videos, create thumbnails, and have a good overall channel design. We will open by talking about why views matter more than subscribers. Then students will be asked what creative ways they know of for video promotion. I will present a list of five creative strategies and let the class choose the order that we discuss them in. Some of the strategies in this class were mentioned in the Summer camp but not explored...
I have studied and applied these course topics to my NurseKillam YouTube channel with over 27k subscribers. https://www.youtube.com/user/NurseKillam I have also helped kids and teachers learn how to make videos and promote their YouTube channels.
Children do not need to use any external resources for this class. However, they may want to explore blog creation after class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
1) I will show video clips from YouTube in class (both popular videos and student videos). I will screen them before class to make sure they do not contain swears, are not explicit, and are culturally sensitive. I cannot watch all videos on a channel so I cannot guarantee that the entire channel is kid-friendly. Videos will be used for educational purposes. I cannot control if students want to subscribe to those channels after class. 2) Students will be invited to share their YouTube channel information with each other on the Outschool discussion board before class if they have parental permission. Sometimes students try to get people to subscribe to their channels in sessions about YouTube. Students are not allowed to self-promote their channels. If they continue to attempt to self-promote I may need to remove them from the class. They are encouraged to talk about the kinds of videos they make where it is relevant. If other students are interested in subscribing that may happen naturally. However, students must not ask their peers to sub for sub. 3) Your child will need your support and guidance when creating and uploading videos. YouTube requires creators to be age 13 or older to have an account. Many younger children have an account that is opened and monitored by their parents. It is important that their parents are involved in keeping them safe online. From age 13 to 17 children still need guidance and parental permission to use YouTube. For more about supporting a child with a YouTube account please see: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/learning-with-technology/is-it-ok-for-my-kid-to-start-her-own-youtube-channel 4) All classes will be recorded so anyone who needs to miss a class can watch it at a later time.
Professor. YouTuber. Author. Speaker. Blogger. Techie.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
279 total reviews
179 completed classes
We both know you want your child's class to be a great learning experience, and it will. While delivering on the learning described in the course description, I make learning fun by involving students in the discussion. My classes are active. I...