Asana is a task management tool that brings all of your team's work together in one place. It lets you organize tasks by project, phases, priority level, due date, assignee, and tags. Asana is a great tool to manage even the largest and most complex projects.
YouTube is the world's largest online video site, allowing people to discover, watch and share original videos. It's also home to your favorite music, shows, movies and more.YouTube Integrations
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Triggers whenever a task within a project is marked as completed. Does not trigger on completed subtasks.
Triggered whenever you add a new project.
Triggers on an addition of a new story.
Triggers upon an addition of a new subtask.
Triggers every time you create a new tag.
Triggers whenever a new task is added to a project.
Triggers whenever a new task is added to a workspace.
Triggered every time you add a new team.
Triggered once a new user is added.
Triggers every time you add a tag to a task.
Trigger when a new video is uploaded by a specific YouTube username.
Trigger when a new video is uploaded that matches a specific search string.
Trigger when a new video is published to a specific YouTube channel.
Trigger when a new video is added to a specific playlist. Note does not work for your 'watch later' playlist.
Adds a new project.
Adds a new story (a comment is a story).
Adds a new task.
Updates an existing Task.
Post a video to your channel.
I have used Asana in my classroom to track and organize the progress of my students. I have also used YouTube videos to help teach concepts that I want my students to understand. Combining these two programs has helped me and my students feel more connected to each other.
The integration of Asana and YouTube has allowed me to be more connected with my students. When I use Asana I can communicate with each of my students through it. I am able to send messages to them, give them feedback on their work, and see how much they are working. This gives them a safe place to share any questions, concerns, or comments that they may have about schop related items with me. I also know that they are actually reading their messages and not just deleting them, which is something I’ve had trouble with in the past when using email to communicate with students. It also makes it easier for me to see what assignments are coming up, what grades are due, and what grades have already been submitted. This makes it easier for me to plan out my lessons and keep track of what I’m doing. It also helps my students because they don’t have to sit around waiting for me to get back to them with information that they need. It saves us both time because they can quickly check on the progress of their work without having to wait for me to email them back.
I use YouTube videos to help me teach new concepts to my students during class time. I have found that many of my students seem to connect better with the material when they can see it being demonstrated by someone else instead of just reading about it. I mostly use videos from Khan Academy and Crash Course. Both of these sources provide video demonstrations of concepts that are relatable and easy to understand. Sometimes it is difficult for some of my students to understand a concept if they are just reading about it in their textbook or looking at an example in their workbook because they don’t relate to those things as well as if they were watching a real person explain it. I have found that this method also allows my students to go back and review the videos at home if they are confused about a concept. They can go through it again until they understand it and then come back to class knowing what we are going to be covering.
Asana allows me the ability to communicate with my students through one program instead of using many different ways. It takes away the frustration of getting emails all day long, checking them constantly, and then realizing that you didn’t answer them all right away. My students feel more connected because they know they can reach out to me at any time without feeling bad about bothering me with their questions or concerns. I like that they don’t have to wait for me to get back to them before moving on with what they need to do next. Knowing that they can check on their progress at any time eliminates the stress of not knowing whether or not I’m behind in grading papers or if I forgot about an assignment due soon. I like the idea of showing a video in class versus having to read about it because it helps the students connect with the material better than reading about it in a book does. This also helps me as a teacher because I don’t have to spend as much time trying to explain the same thing over and over again since most students will be able to watch a video and understand the concept on their own if they still aren’t quite sure by the end of class. It also reduces the frustration of trying to explain something over and over again without any success because the student has already seen it and doesn’t need extra help with it anymore, which allows more one-on-one time with the student who really needs help with the material. It makes time management much easier because I can just go straight into my lesson without worrying about keeping track of all of my emails throughout the day so I can find out what my students need from me right away instead of waiting until later when it may be too late for them to get everything done. It also helps parents because they can tell me what their child is having trouble understanding without having to drive all the way into town while they are at work or stressing out trying to figure out what their child is struggling with before talking to me about it when their child gets home from schop. The parent can see exactly what the issue is and give me the details about it so I can address it immediately instead of waiting for the parent and student to see me in person later so we can discuss it together.
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