If we block YouTube, do we block inspiring teachers?

How many inspirational teachers do we block if we block YouTube in schools?

My son showed me this video tonight, in which 30-year-old urosbatagelj from Slovenia teaches the use of Autodesk Inventor, a 3D mechanical design package he uses in school. It’s bizarre that although the video is clearly inspirational, just like the best classroom teachers, web censorship systems would make it impossible for staff, let alone students, to view it in many schools wordwide.

In East Lothian schools YouTube access was enabled for all staff and students last year, and the reaction has been overwhelmingly positive. Many students were allowed to have their own Youtube channels where they could get cheapest youtube.com views and find the right audience. There are overwhelming amount of videos which one can enjoy one youTube have getting the right regulations can be crucial sometimes. Videos like this one show why.

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