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So You Want to Be a YouTuber? An Intro Course Including Tech! 🎞️

Get your YouTube channel started in just over an hour with small creator networking, technology, types of content, how to get subscribers, and starting the channel safely!
Erin, MA, B.Ed. Certified Teacher
1183 total reviews for this teacher
892 reviews for this class
Completed by 6312 learners
Class
60 minutes
per class
Meets once
8-13
year olds
4-13
learners per class
per learner

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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Description

Class Experience

-Meet other emerging Youtubers - Small Creator Networking -
-5 Ways to Build Subscribers
-Technology set up including screen recording, gaming, mobile devices, cameras and livestreaming
-Instructions on how to open your channel safely without jeopardizing privacy information of youth 
*The original OUTSCHOOL YOUTUBE TEACHER,*  I've been teaching on Outschool over 6 years.   

With over 30 years of communications and education experience, I started a professional communications consulting company in 2014 to help businesses make content for their digital marketing strategies for business YouTube channels. As an educational content maker for a university and multi-media University Prof, I have taken live workshops facilitated by MattPat (Game Theorist), Alex (LowSpecGamer), Maxim Jago (Adobe), LCShadowLady, Matt Gielen, Mike Cook, Tahir Basheer, Cliff Fluet, Ben Jeffries, Hank Green, Rebecca Parham, Matthew Vandeputte, Jeremy Vest, Andy Burgess (Metfilm School), Jesse Latham (therealshookon3), Claudio Barbiero, William Hodgett (GoPro), and many more from travelling the world for multimedia work.

My teaching style is instructional.  I want to get the most information out there and pass it over to learners to try on their own.  This style is reflective of my teaching style and background; I teach part-time in multimedia, journalism, communications, media and film at two universities.  I have been fortunate enough to take video making and YouTube workshops to enhance my expertise, including copywriting and law for Youtube. 

I have over 20 years of experience as a certified teacher and because I am serious about the use of video making for and as learning as well as using YouTube with my students, I am able to develop a great online classroom climate with learners and help them learn what they need to get their YouTube channels on a successful path. 
While we are only together for 75 minutes, this course has 5 hours of content with the additional 4 hours posted on the classroom page!  Additional information, resources and videos are posted on the classroom page during class to complete after class. You can find the classroom page by clicking "schedule" at the top of the course and then clicking on the title of the course taken.
 1 file available upon enrollment
This course is mobile-friendly. Make sure your device works with Zoom. You need only press the enter classroom button to enter the classroom, the password is embedded in the button. The link is embedded in the button.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
For learners under 10, check the following link as you may prefer the 2-day course for younger learners: https://outschool.com/classes/so-you-want-to-be-a-youtuber-course-one-NRdy2x4j/?sectionUid=4525d4e6-a071-406a-a4df-41ac69dfc4a8#abkcfm9omp

You do not need to take an Outschool course in order to open a Youtube Channel.  According to YouTube, children under the age of 13 should be supervised by an adult.  Because of Youtube privacy and age requirements, it's illegal for any adult to open a Youtube or other online account for a minor.    It takes 5 minutes to open a channel.   Here are directions:

8 Steps to Create a YouTube Channel:

Go to the YouTube website www.youtube.com
Click "Sign In" button at the top right corner.
Fill in your email and click "Create Account"
Then select "For Myself"
Fill in first name, lastname <--- This needs to be your YT name
Fill in your email address, password, password confirm and click "next"
Check the box next to "I agree to the Google Terms of Service and Privacy Policy."
Click on the Next Step button.

Head over to you email to verify your account!  ---  sign in, and click on the link in the e-mail from Google.

Tip: If you don't see the e-mail from Google, you can click the Resend verification email link on the verification screen.

Teacher

Erin, MA, B.Ed. Certified TeacherThe Original Outschool YouTube Instructor and Scratch Animator
1183 total reviews
675 completed classes

About Me

With over 5 years experience on Outschool, I am a Certified Teacher, part-time Special Education Consultant, part-time Coms, Media, & Film Instructor, and full-time Worldschooling mom. We spend half our year in the UK/Europe 🇬🇧 and the other half... 
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