Top Priorities With Video Entertain and inform. Students are watching how-to videos and being entertained on YouTube. To meet them where they are, we must create entertaining ways for students to digest information they may need. Encourage YouTube subscriptions. It's good practice (and quite common) to build a prompt into the end of your videos encouraging subscriptions to your channel. Don't fret about production quality. High school students are accustomed to seeing user-generated content from phones and tablets by amateur videographers. That's the nature of YouTube and other social platforms. Prioritize making engaging content over high-production-value output. Upload regularly. Set a [...]