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Rather than using the school's Internet access, which is configured to block such "time-wasting" sites, use your own computer, and a "Rocket Stick" adapter, such as: http://Rogers.com/RocketStick
It uses the local cellular network to connect to the Internet.
Unless your school is also block cell-phone signals, it will work in your classroom.
Of course, monthly fees apply.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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