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YouTube Schools

Discussion in 'Primary' started by coyy, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. coyy

    coyy New commenter

    Has anyone tried using Youtube schools in the classroom at primary level? I am ICT coordinator and regularly get asked by staff how to access youtube. We are able to do this via a staff proxy that in effect turns off the filters, unfortunately this is not especially easy to do, and despite setting people up on the proxy and producing instructions I still get asked fairly regularly. I noticed that You tube now has a dedicated channel for schools www.youtube.com/schools Has anyone used it? Does it have suitable content? Ideally I would like to unfilter just the schools channel as I would like to children to be able to use it, not just staff via the proxy? Is this possible or would I just end up unfiltering the whole of You tube (I definitely don't want to do this). We are a SWGFL learning school if that helps.

    Any ideas??

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