From looking to watch their favorite music videos on YouTube, to streaming the latest episode of their favorite Netflix series, or attempting to play Fortnite during research periods, there are dozens of reasons students look to bypass web filters in school. And with that growing number of reasons, comes a growing number of means and methods students rely on to accomplish this goal. So what can you do as teachers to prevent this and to maintain a safe and focused learning environment in a digital world?
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We’re thrilled to share that last week the International Design Awards (IDA) named GoGuardian Beacon in their list of Annual Design Award winners for 2018. The 12th annual awards celebrate and promote visionary design around the world, and named Beacon as a Silver Award Winner in the product design category, recognizing new, innovative and ground-breaking products.
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Posted in Products, Learning, Differentiated instruction, classroom management, Social-Emotional Learning, SEL, edtech, Internet Safety For Kids, Chromebooks in the Classroom, Internet Safety, Classroom Management Solution, Digital Citizenship, Whole Child, Teaching, Teacher ideas, Chromebooks, 2019
You’ve likely been reading about the importance of understanding and implementing technology into your classroom in an increasingly digital world, but trying to figure out how to integrate technology into the classroom can be a daunting task. With so much new technology and so many constantly changing edtech trends, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out where to start, especially for those of us who are less tech savvy. But do not fret! There are many ways to integrate technology into your classroom with ease, such as:
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