Youtube is one of the digital resources that is most used in classrooms. Without getting into methodological questions about Flipped classroom, whether at home or in class, students watch many Youtube videos. I thinks It’s positive because it’s a good way to learn.
However, it has risks and it is important to be able to control a little what our students look at. In this sense, if students are using Chromebooks computers managed by the center in a G Suite domain, it is possible to configure filters to display only the appropriate videos.
The procedure for setting up the G Suite management console to filter Youtube videos is not exactly intuitive, so I’ll go into detail in this article.
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Following some queries I’ve received in the last few weeks, I start a series of articles by talking about the administration console of a Google apps for education. The truth is that it has a lot of possibilities and is worth investigating. I won’t do a complete tutorial because it would be endless and Google documentation is already quite good. I will only highlight a few aspects that I find particularly interesting and which, in some cases, are a little hidden.
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