Classroom management was easier when note passing involved paper. The Classroom dashboard shows which students are off-task, and provides teachers with tools to support student engagement.
Ever wanted to just turn the internet off? Now you can. Teachers control lesson-accessible online content for the entire class, or even for individual students.
Students exhibiting model online behaviour deserve your attention too. Classroom tools make it clear which students are on-task and engaged, so you can reward them.
Immediate feedback is the best approach to dealing with inappropriate internet use. Visibility ensures accountability, with data to discuss any issues with the student.
We provide teachers with a simple dashboard that displays the websites and applications that each student is using. Live visibility over classroom internet use allows teachers to identify which students are engaged with the lesson and those who are distracted or offline.
Visibility over online behaviour means that teachers can discuss levels of engagement in a meaningful way with students. Teachers can reward constructive internet use and respond to inappropriate online behaviour with timely, evidence-based conversations.
Classroom tools allow teachers to focus internet use (e.g. "Just IXL”) for the entire class or for specific students. Classroom internet controls allow teachers to adjust internet access to match the nature of the lesson.
Teachers can also allow access to lesson related content that is normally blocked in class. Teachers can use the Classrooom tools to relax access (e.g. "Allow social media, even though its usually blocked") for a social studies class.
We're always keen to share how we're helping teachers manage classroom internet use to support student learning.
Click book demo to register for a personalised product demonstration and we'll contact you to arrange a time. Alternatively you can have a look around the classroom tools by clicking View Classroom below.