I often make dynamics with the students to deal with issues of digital competence, especially issues of security, responsibility, image, etc. Last week we played 3rd of ESO and talked about the excessive use of screens. They themselves were aware and, specifically, 75% believed that it would be advisable to reduce the use.
What surprised me most was the answer to the question, “Do you have or have you had any parental control applications installed?”
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30Can it be useful to project an Android screen in an educational center? There are a couple of situations where it can be very helpful. And you have to find some way to do it quickly and easily.
In the course initial meetings with families is a good time to do some training on digital topics. In my center, for example, we give an account of our domain G Suite each family, so this training is essential. In an article a few months ago, I explained the services families can use, Users for families in a G Suite for education domain.
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I’ve been using Google Classroom in the classroom with students for 3 years. At first, there were few of us who dared to jump in. I’ve seen a lot more people using it lately. I have already explained in one article that Moodle and Classroom are different things to me. Neither better nor worse. In any case, Classroom is better suited to my way of managing the classroom. Following several conversations I’ve had lately, this article explains how I use it. It’s not the best way, nor the only way. But I share it in case it can be an inspiration or just to find out how NOT to use it 😉
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