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YouTube for Schools - YouTube

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You Tube has just launched YouTube for schools which schools can sign up to using their School Google account.

 

The service will allow schools to access content from  YouTube Edu that can can be futher filtered by "adminstrators."  This is designed to facilitate "safe viewing" and I am sure it will be welcomed by many schools worldwide.

 

Whilst welcoming YouTube's proactive engagement with educstion; I also  have some  reservations about this service/ You Tube Edu does not host the only good educational content available on YouTube I think it focuses too heavily on 'subjects' and grades rather than the interconnectedness of knowledge.  Also the feature to restrict videos to withing an institution seems contrary to the open nature of the Internet.

 

On a positive note it will perhaps enable those schools where YouTube has been foolishly 'banned' to benefit from the wonderful video ecosystem that is YouTube.


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How to Use HootSuite - A Quick Start Guide for Beginners

http://technicallyspeakingblog.com/ This short video is a step-by-step introduction to my favorite free utility to help manage all of my Twitter and social m...

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How to teach … esafety and digital citizenship - The Guardian

How to teach … esafety and digital citizenship - The Guardian | School E-Safety | Scoop.it

The Guardian How to teach … esafety and digital citizenship The Guardian And finally, if you're still unsure of what terms such as digital footprint mean, then Ollie has created some useful instructional videos that you might find useful.


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Child Focus 'E-safety'

One of the key missions of Child Focus is prevention. This clip was made as an e-safety awareness campaign for children between 4 and 8 years. It's being air...
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Using flipped learning to boost engagement | eSchool News | eSchool News

Using flipped learning to boost engagement | eSchool News | eSchool News | School E-Safety | Scoop.it
Flipped learning, a growing instructional model, helps educators personalize instruction for students and increases student engagement.

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Susan Grigsby @sksgrigsby's curator insight, August 27, 2014 11:16 AM

It seems counterintuitive to say that flipped learning allows for more face-to-face interaction but this article will help you see that point and give you tips for getting started with this model.

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CHILDREN, MOBILE TECHNOLOGY AND E-SAFETY | ICT in Practice

CHILDREN, MOBILE TECHNOLOGY AND E-SAFETY | ICT in Practice | School E-Safety | Scoop.it
by Jamie Mortimer. Children and young people love our phones. I don't mean landlines, a practically obsolete piece of technology that we all rent for a monthly fee just so we can then pay another monthly fee to get an internet ...
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Apps in Education: Can you really use Twitter in your Classroom?

Apps in Education: Can you really use Twitter in your Classroom? | School E-Safety | Scoop.it

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The Teacher’s Guide To Keeping Students Safe Online

The Teacher’s Guide To Keeping Students Safe Online | School E-Safety | Scoop.it

So rather than viewing the problem as something that has to be blocked, teachers can view the ‘over-sharing’ by students as something that needs to be acknowledged. The first step is to identify boundaries that should be set.


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Google's Guide to Staying Safe and Secure Online

Google's Guide to Staying Safe and Secure Online | School E-Safety | Scoop.it
Here is to those who have not yet learned about this excellent resource from Google featuring some important tips and tools to stay safe online. You can add this resource to your digital citizenship...

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Know Your Friends with Josh & Sue from CEOP

An animation looking at how to proetct yourself online. This is aimed at children and young people with mild - moderate special educational needs.

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Icon Learning's curator insight, January 15, 2013 2:08 PM

Excellent short animation from CEOP outlining the SMART rules clearly.

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Safe, Fun and Educational Online Social Communities for Young Kids

Safe, Fun and Educational Online Social Communities for Young Kids | School E-Safety | Scoop.it
Where can young kids go to not only build fine motor and mental skills but to have some fun within a safe online social community?

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