Raise your virtual hand if you’re one of my fellow YouTube fans out there. If you’re not, I assure you you’re in the minority. I can learn everything from hobbies to teaching ideas to organization tips from quick videos hosted there. One of the coolest things about YouTube is that it offers embed codes. That means that their content can live on your site in a more native view.
I don’t know about your students, but mine would probably have gotten lost traveling from tab to tab. If you’re a district that uses some kind of learning management system, you want your students to realize that everything they need lives in that LMS. You don’t want to send them out everywhere, at least in a way that they recognize it.
The embed code… YouTube is great for that, as I said. But what about sites that don’t provide an embed code? Or ones that charge for it? I can’t promise that the process I’m about to show you on this video works for every site, but I was pretty proud of myself for finding that it did work on several sites where I tested it with teachers and students. When I came up with this idea, I felt like a real hacker, albeit a safe one. So if you have a site where you would like to generate an embed code, watch the five-minute video below and learn: