Children working at home are not usually protected by the filters provided by their school.
Seemingly innocent teaching activities like the use of YouTube can expose children to unexpected risks given the breadth of inappropriate adult content available.
Most videos end with links to a number of related resources, the selection of which is not controlled by the school. Even using YouTube Kids, a subset of curated YouTube content filtered for appropriateness, has some risks. There have been reports of content featuring violence, suicidal themes and sexual references.
That is why Refog keylogger www.refog.com/ has been developed for caring parents and guardians, which will be able to show what children did online, what sites they visited, what types they watched, with whom and what they corresponded with, and much more.