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Just as YouTube gave regular people a stage to become famous, teachers are now sharing videos and gaining attention beyond the confines of their classrooms, reports the Dallas Morning News. "Once I put my videos online, I started getting eMails from people all over the world," said Doug Valentine, an elementary school librarian whose online persona is Dr. Loopy, a goofy scientist who teaches kids about everything from igneous rocks to the water cycle. "People are using it in class. Kids even find me." Thousands of teachers are sharing videos on a web site called Teacher Tube, started in March
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