We enable all teachers to be content approvers. We also assigned grades k-5 the restrictive setting, grades 6-8 the moderate setting, and set grades 9-12 to unrestricted. All adults are also unrestricted.
Any approver can remove an approved video/channel that they see, but they can't see who did the approving or removing; however, I can go to the console and see a list of all approved videos/channels and remove them if necessary. I can also see who approved the video/channel in case a conversation is necessary.
Hope that helps,
From: School Information Technology Discussion <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Dewaine Fitzherbert
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2018 2:15 PM
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Subject: YouTube settings
Wondering how others have the YouTube service in G Suite set ? Restricted, Moderate or Unrestricted or completely turned off for students ? Mostly 6-12 are my concerns. Do you have teachers set to approve content ?
Springfield School District 56
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