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This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in, or sign up to receive email reminders of each new prompt. 

Although blogging is about writing to share ideas, pictures and other embedded content can help make your post stand out. There are all different kinds of media that can be embedded, from YouTube videos to Soundcloud tracks to presentations. If you have never used embed code before, check out our tutorials here.

Prompt: Write a post about any topic where you embed something.

That’s it! The topic is completely up to you, but we’d love to see your use of a tool or service that lets you embed.

If you really need a hint as to service that allows you to embed, here are just a few:

  • Animoto
  • Storify
  • Livebinders
  • Twitter (embed tweets or timelines)
  • Padlet
  • Voki
  • Voicethreads
  • AudioBoo
  • Soundcloud
  • Bitstrips
  • ToonDoo
  • Google Forms, Docs, and Slides
  • Prezi
  • ThingLink

And one of my favorites which lets you embed just about any website: http://embed.ly/code.

Happy embedding!



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  1. The picture is so cool.

    • Hi Tara,
      I’m just catching up on blog posts as well. -Kai

    • Love it! Thanks for sharing the video.

  2. I have several posts with embeds, but I most often embed YouTube videos. I am about to make a Powtoon animation, and will embed that in a future post. For now, I’d like to share my post on using Newsela in the classroom. If you’re a teacher interested in having students read about current events at their reading level, visit my post:


    • Damianne President
  3. I recently enjoyed a short cruise on the Queen Mary 2; my first indulgence for my retirement so I created a Padlet providing some insights into the ship. Paddle provides students with the opportunity to write for a specific purpose, particularly for informative writing. It can also be used to explore the impact of images and language. My link is – http://cathtemple.edublogs.org/2017/03/25/a-padlet-showcasing-queen-mary-2/

    • catherine temple
    • WOW! What an impressive performance.

  4. WOW !

    Very nice!!

    • 🙂

      • Dan Gallagher
      • I guess my smiley emoticon didn’t show up…

        • Dan Gallagher
  5. I embedded a Google slide to this week’s post. It’s my third in the series.

    Tissue 3 of Learning in the Loo. iruntech.me/2017/03/tissue… #edublogsclub #njetc #edtech


    • Stacey Lindes