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1/8/2009 7:56 AM
 
Our district does not block the site but our school administrator does. The teachers have figured out ways around this, and many of us use it quite frequently. It is great for up to date coverage of current event, politics and economics.—Kathryn
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1/8/2009 7:59 AM
 
Our district filter blocks the site. —Judy Curtis
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1/8/2009 8:00 AM
 
YouTube is a valuable source of video content for the curriculum. National Geographic, for instance has a great presence there. It is a tremendous place for students to be able to share products with a global audience, which is very motivational to them. As with many online media sources, inappropriate examples can easily be found. The best solution is a teacher who will take the time to educate his/her students on ethical, responsible use of technology. Simply avoiding it because a student might abuse it is akin to burying one's head in the sand, hoping the bad thing will just go away. —Randy Rodgers
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1/8/2009 8:02 AM
 
Our filter does not allow youtube to get through. Our teachers use teachertube when possible. —Diana
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1/8/2009 8:03 AM
 
Our teachers incorporate UTube videos into lessons plans, after carefully previewing them prior to showing to the class. —Nancy
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