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Connect with Us at the 2019 CoSN Conference

The 2019 CoSN Conference is definitely going to be one for the record books! This year, CoSN is being hosted in Portland, Oregon. Come connect with us April 1-4 at booth 33 and try Netop Vision for yourself. 

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The Benefits of 1:1 Computing in Schools

Now more than ever, technology is present in schools.  From online libraries and books to tools that encourage practicing coding and math skills, technology is enhancing the student learning experience. Access to available technology will vary by school district and demographic. The most common types of technology in schools are  1:1 computers, computer carts, and computer labs.

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Join Us at the Amplified IT Technical Retreat

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.

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Give teachers an additional 10 minutes per class with easy-to-use classroom management software

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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Anderson School District 5 - Technology in the classroom: Empowering Teachers to become Superheros

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.

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