Hello and happy Saturday. I am personally obsessed with YouTube and I can spend a great deal of my free time watching videos. I’m subscribed to makeup, fashion, and lifestyle channels, as well as bookish channels, and up until recently I’ve been adding to my subscription list some teaching channels. Today I want to share with you who my three YouTube teacher queens are and why I love them so much. Let’s get started, shall we?
I originally started following Christina on Instagram and I think she is amazing. She’s one of those people who actually reply to DM’s or comments she’s tagged in, and I think her personality is super fresh. I subscribed to her channel as soon as she announced she had one and I try to watch her videos as they are published. Christina doesn’t have just one type of post, or even a series of posts, and that’s what I like about her. She just does videos about her life as a teacher, she talks about different experiences she’s had and the plans she has for the future. You can get teaching advice from some of her videos, but her channel is more about her life in general than it is a series of “how-to” teacher videos, you know?
I started following The Tutu Teacher on Instagram the longest time ago. I mean, she literally was one of the first teachers I followed, even before I had my teaching IG and blog. Vera’s channel is pretty new; or at least her latest content is because I believe she uploaded videos in the past but then stopped, so now she’s back in a regular basis. I relate to her a ton because she’s a Kindergarten teacher and I am too, so I feel that in terms of advice, her channel is the one I get the most out, professionally. So far, she’s done tags, which I always love because they inspire me to answer the questions myself, advice posts, hauls, and vlogs, so a little bit of everything, all focused on a teacher’s life.
Out of my three queens, Michelle is the last I followed and subscribed to. She’s an absolute sweetie on Instagram, replying to DM’s and tags, and that just says a lot about who she is as a person. My favorite videos from her are those long-ass vlogs she posts because I can actually watch them while I’m getting stuff ready for school, organizing stuff, or just doing a mindless activity. Aside from vlogs, she has hauls, advice videos, lookbooks, and q&a’s.
I’m always on the lookout for cool channels to subscribe to, so if you know any teacher-related channel, please let me know in the comments.
Love, Miss Camila