Typically counted as 1-semester elective credit for high school students.
YouTube 4 Teens- Nonreligious
Your teen is jazzed about the fame and fortune he sees others making on YouTube. Still, you are concerned not only about safety but also about your teen’s intentions. YouTube 4 Teens will put your mind at ease. It is designed to teach teens about choosing a content area, shooting and editing quality footage, and optimizing their channel in a safe way. Plus, YouTube 4 Teens encourages your teen to consider the more challenging question: Does their YouTube channel actually improve people’s lives and have intrinsic value?
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The amount of time that this course will take to complete will vary. We suggest completing a lesson every 3 weeks to make it last all year. If you prefer, finish the course in the first 12 weeks of school and use the rest of the year to perfect your YouTube channel!
Learning to start/grow your own channel
Learn core values needed
Work at your own pace
12-week course, 1-semester credit
Learn from professional creators
This product is designed to be a 12-week course.
Publisher's Information Publisher: Film School 4 Teens Age Recommendation: 12+ Grade Recommendation: 7th+ Faith-Based: No Consumable: Yes Subscription Info: 1 year access, 1 student Format: Digital program + Spiral bound workbook Typical High School Credits Earned: 1/2 elective credit
review by Life in the Mundane
”Do you have a child who is interested in starting their own YouTube channel? Then you will want to check out today's video as I share an incredible resource that will teach your student everything they need to know to start their own channel.”
Watch the Video Review *Please note, there are 2 religious references in this video review (5:18, 6:00). However, this product page is for the nonreligious version.
review by Cummins Life
”I appreciate that it challenges them to think about if their channel has intrinsic value and helps improve people's lives 😉.”