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1/8/2009 7:46 AM
 

 All the kids are doing it. Why not integrate it into your curriculum? If you are, how do you do it? If you don't, why not?

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1/8/2009 7:49 AM
 
You should have included an option that said, "Would use it if it wasn't blocked by our school board." Video of any kind is not well supported by our board because we also have limits on our storage space, so even if you find a way to bring the video to school, there's no place to store it! Even videos made at school take up too much room on our drives. SIGH. —Janice
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1/8/2009 7:52 AM
 
One more thing - You Tube had lots of copyrighted material posted on there, so be careful with what you are viewing. You Tube has had lots of lawsuits over copyright infringements. Also, we don't have the equipment to make student videos, so that part is moot.—Dave
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1/8/2009 7:53 AM
 
Our District blocks it because there is questionable material on it. I use IE7Pro (Internet Explorer add on) to download any videos that I find that are good for school and bring them in to show the students. I don't suggest letting students view it in school because there are too many inappropriate videos on there and it is hard to make sure no student is viewing this stuff.—Dave
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1/8/2009 7:55 AM
 
I use it, but not the kids. I use it to show demonstrations that support what I am teaching in my computer classes. There are some really great things out there.—Kara
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