Well, you know my answer is, “Yes! Of course, teachers should share their knowledge on YouTube.” So, what do teachers need to know before they launch a YouTube channel? I’ve been feeding my channel since 2015 and have a few tasty bits of advice:

Check out CJ Reynolds/Real Rap with Reynolds:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRGA_FqyigEPmh5U37Yn7fA

Author/vlogger John Green on the Hilarious World of Depression podcast:
https://www.hilariousworld.org/episode/2017/10/16/john-green-falls-victim-to-some-bad-fiction-while-writing-his-new-book

One of my early awful videos (good advice about essay grading with awkward execution):
https://youtu.be/CQhvvQ7oH4M

What other questions do you have about posting on YouTube? I’ll answer those in the comment thread below and/or pull them together for a future video. Be sure to share the links to your video creations, too.

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