Watch & Learn Library is a streaming video website, supported by the following operating systems, browsers, and devices:

Operating systems:

Windows 8 and above

Browsers:

Google Chrome version 59.0 and above

Mozilla Firefox version 54.0 and above

Internet Explorer 11 and above

Microsoft Edge

Operating systems:

OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and above

Browsers:

Google Chrome version 59.0 and above

Mozilla Firefox version 54.0 and above

Safari 6.0 and above

Devices:

Chromebooks running Chrome OS (all versions)

Android devices running Jelly Bean and above

iOS devices (iPad, iPhone) running iOS 6 and above

If your school uses a firewall to block streaming video content, ask your systems administrator to allow access to URLs recommended by Brightcove, our streaming video provider.

Click here to see all Brightcove URLs.

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1-800-SCHOLASTIC

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Video performance will vary depending on the speed and quality of your school’s equipment and internet connection.

Some tips for streaming videos successfully in class include:

1. Speed: Close any applications you’re not using on your computer, or other browser tabs. If you have too many applications open, your computer may run slowly.

2. Pre-load: Open the video in advance. If you are able to access your magazine’s website prior to teaching, you can do this by simply clicking play and then pressing pause. When the video player is in paused mode, the video will continue to load. When you are ready to begin your lesson, simply press play to begin the video. You can do this hours in advance or just a few minutes prior to your lesson.

3. Firewall: If you are still having trouble watching videos, your school's internet firewall may be preventing you from watching them. To access our video content, ask your systems administrator to allow access to all the URLs on this page.

4. Browser: If you receive the message “Video stream is currently unavailable,” try playing it in another browser or clearing your browser’s cache. To clear your cache:

Chrome

Go to “Chrome,” and select “Clear browsing data.” Check the box “Cached images and files,” and click on the “Clear Browsing Data” button.

Firefox

Go to “History,” and select “Clear Recent History.” Expand “Details,” and ensure “cache” is checked. Select a time range, and click the “Clear Now” button.

Safari

Go to “History,” and select “Clear History” at the bottom. Then, select a time range, and click the “Clear History” button.

Internet Explorer

Go to “Tools” (via the gear icon), and select “Safety.” Then click “Delete browsing history.” Ensure you’ve unchecked “Preserve Favorites website data” and checked both “Temporary Internet Files” and “Cookies.” Then click “Delete.”