Netop Vision is a proud sponsor of the Amplified IT Technical Retreats in Loveland, Ohio on January 31 and Englewood, Colorado on February 6. Join us at either retreat and learn about Chromebook device implementation and management.
Is your school’s classroom management software so difficult to use that it requires teachers to be tech wizards, or go through elaborate training just to use a few features?
What if you could give teachers back up to 10 minutes of instructional time per class with easy-to-use classroom monitoring tools that keep students safe while enhancing learning and creating a collaborative and fun environment?
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Empowering Teachers to become Superheros Teachers at Anderson School District 5 knew that some students were off-task when using Chromebooks. However, they couldn’t prove it and that was frustrating. Off-task students would often minimize their tabs or close out of programs when the teacher walked by – making it appear that they were on-task.
Every wish your school's teachers had superhero powers in the classroom? Vision for Chromebook's newest features (release 1.3.4) provide teachers with additional superhero powers that help them effectively guide learning while teaching with technology, empowering teachers and saving time.
Your district is adding new Chromebooks plus you're using G-Suite for Education. You love the functionality and ease of use, but teachers could use some extra assistance keeping students on-task while working with their Chromebooks. Here's a quick checklist to make sure you have the information you need to select a classroom management software solution that easily integrates with your existing...
Onboarding your school with new technology this fall? Here's five tips to get started from Nate Waite, Secondary Technology Integration Coach and Google for Education Trainer, Churchill County School District.
Coeur d’Alene Public Schools is committed to keeping students safe while using technology in the digital classroom. As part of their Digital Citizenship Strategy they teach students how to learn and collaborate safely and responsibly online.
Whether it’s an impromptu quiz or a final assessment, educators can easily create a safe environment for testing using classroom management monitoring tools. To get started, follow these easy steps:
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we celebrate teachers and their contributions. We are proud to support educators who work to create a better world. We asked a few of these educators what they like best about teaching. Read on to learn how these teachers are shaping a brighter future with educational technology.