Explore, Learn, Thrive, Tube!

How to start

YouTube, owned by Google, is the biggest and free to use video channel on this planet. The platform fosters a global learning community, connecting students and educators worldwide. YouTube’s accessibility and versatility empower both students and teachers to explore, share, and enhance the educational experience.

How to start: Create a free  Google Gmail Account, if you don’t have one. This account will serve as your entry point: To enable students to subscribe to interesting education channels and/or to participate in it. Or to enable teachers and instructors to create their own education channel. 


YouTube captivates students with its unparalleled versatility and expansive treasure trove of educational content. Its engaging video format caters to diverse learning styles, transforming complex subjects into digestible, visually stimulating lessons. Students can access a vast array of tutorials, lectures, and educational channels, offering a dynamic supplement to traditional classroom learning. The platform’s interactivity encourages active participation, allowing students to comment, discuss, and share insights with a global community. YouTube’s accessibility empowers learners to explore topics at their own pace, fostering self-directed education. From science experiments to historical documentaries, YouTube turns learning into an immersive, personalized experience, making it an indispensable and fascinating resource for students of all ages.


To set up your Education Channel: Go to YouTube and sign in with your Google account. Click on your profile button in the right top corner, go to “Create a channel,” and follow the prompts to set up and customize your channel with a profile picture, banner, and channel description.

From your dashboard, you can start your lessons depending on your education model: To upload your videos, or using the live cam option. But also whether you want to keep the lessons private (only your own students), or go for a wider audience, possibly with commercial opportunities by implementing Google Ads in the course (Earning revenue when someone clicks on it) or using courses as links to your own website or platform. 

As YouTube is constantly implementing new features and developments, it is advisable to read these in your dashboard or look them up in YouTube’s own search field with e.g. “How to set up a YouTube Channel”.

Remember, success on YouTube takes time and effort. Stay committed, be patient, and continuously improve your content based on audience feedback and analytics.


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