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Discussion in 'Elementary Education' started by justfine, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. justfine

    justfine Comrade

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    I don't have a youtube account and i want to show a video from there at school...how do i do that? Is there a way?
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    Does your school have firewall protection that prevents you from playing YouTube video?
     
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    Lynnnn725 Connoisseur

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    I don't think you need an account to simply watch YouTube.
     
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    Lynnnn725 is right. You don't need a YouTube video to watch it. It is easy to get an account if you want. All you need is a user name and password. You Tube has been such a help to my teaching, I couldn't imagine not using it now.
     
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    Still Searching.... Please and Thank YOU

    I can't access YouTube at work and I really need to show the video... Is there a way for me to save it and play it at work?
     
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    I would do this at home and bring the video with you. I've never tried it from school, where youtube is banned.
     
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    Thanks

    Thank you all! I was able to use SMURFETTE's suggestion...will let you know if it was successful tomorrow. Thanks
     
  10. princessbloom

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    Try Teacher Tube. Perhaps the video you want is there?

    Also, a middle schooler figured out at our school that if you put httpS in front of the youtube video that you can access it from school most times. Our principal shared it with us at a staff meeting because she wanted to show us a video on youtube during. :)
     

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