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Safely Share YouTube Videos- Lists of Tools and How-Tos

In Episode 6, of Rockin’ This Teacher Thing…

 Sharing YouTube Videos can be unsafe. There are so many opportunities for your students to view inappropriate content and you don’t want to be the one who provides that kind of experience.  But what do we do? YouTube is an amazing resource.  

SOLUTION!!! Today we look at 4 options for providing safe ways for students to engage with a YouTube video.   I will give you my favorite tool. I'll guide you through 3 easy and quick steps to take before you send a YouTube video link to your students.  I’ve made a quick procedure checklist pdf for your reference.

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