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Does your school or organization need remote learning resources for educating and supporting young people during the pandemic? AMAZE has resources to create embedded playlists for your organizational websites as well as resources for educators and parents.
My Amaze playlists allow any user to create and share curated lists of Amaze videos. For example a parent can create a list of videos to share with their children, a teacher can create a list for their classes, or a social influencer can create a curated list of videos to share with followers.
Our new embedded playlist feature allows organizations to include My Amaze playlists directly on their web site.
Embedded playlists require minimum technology burden for the organizational partner, so that it can be mostly set up and managed quickly and nimbly by their content experts rather than requiring deep involvement from either their technical support or central office administrative or IT departments. Playlists are created and managed on the AMAZE site using our simple web interface and typically there is a short line of code to be pasted into your organization’s web content management system (CMS) to place each playlist on your site.
Within the Amaze site you can add or remove videos from your playlist using the star symbol that appears in the upper right corner of each video, you can provide titles and descriptive narrative for your playlists, you can control whether or not additional “more info” content appears, you can customize the background color and AMAZE logo visibility. All of these changes are made through our simple web interface without programming changes needed. Any changes you make will appear instantly on the embedded list on your organization’s site.
Additionally, the embedded content is managed by the AMAZE infrastructure which means that our software will automatically adjust the display as needed for PC vs tablet vs mobile viewing, and the video hosting is taken care of for you.
All of this is immediately available for your organization to use, and AMAZE content is freely available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike International license. Please contact email@example.com to discuss ways your organization can work with AMAZE content.
Materials from Advocates for Youth’s Rights, Respect, Responsibility (3Rs) free sex ed curriculum have been adapted for use in Google Classroom. There is a course for Grades 5/6th, Grade 8 and High School and each course has 10 or 11 lessons. The Google Classroom is designed for teachers to assign to their students who are not meeting in real time (meaning on a specific date/time), but instead are assigning work to do independently. For anyone new to using Google Classroom, here is a quick video tutorial that might be helpful.
If you’re interested in receiving an email inviting you to copy the 3Rs Google Classroom, please sign up here:
Invitations are sent out every 24 hours.