The CoRubrics and CoRubrics GSD templates have become Google spreadsheet add-ons. This change does not affect the normal functioning of the evaluation process for rubrics. All it does is make it easier to start the process. (more…)
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.
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.
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 😉