Vision for Chromebooks also enables teachers to share their screens on student Chromebooks. Students who struggle to see the screen in class will now have a “front row” view – even from the back of the classroom, keeping students engaged and aiding comprehension.
“We’ve applied our years of experience as the leader in classroom management software to create an app that teachers can rely on to help manage student use of Chromebooks,” said Kent Madsen, CEO, Netop. “Vision helps every teacher succeed in the 1:1 classroom.”
Vision for Chromebooks uses Google Classroom integration for fast, easy setup. Schools and districts can try Vision for free at: http://www.netop.com/chrome.
Netop is the world leader in classroom management software, helping six million teachers and students in 105 countries make teaching with technology easier and more effective. Headquartered in Denmark, Netop has offices in the United States, China, Romania and Switzerland.