NetSupport Announces New Solution for Classroom Management

Education Technology Insights | Tuesday, April 06, 2021

Classroom.cloud offers unrivaled versatility, enabling teachers to track apps and internet use on each student's computer regardless of their location.

FREMONT, CA : NetSupport, recently announced that its new solution for classroom management, classroom.cloud, is available to schools throughout the U.S. and Canada. This is the newest offering from NetSupport, a company that has been delivering award-winning instructional and educational technology to teachers for more than 30 years.

Classroom.cloud is now completely accessible in the United States, just as teachers and administrators are considering drastic changes in learning locations and models. Classroom.cloud offers unrivaled versatility, enabling teachers to track apps and internet use on each student's computer regardless of their location. A teacher may use classroom.cloud to launch a learning tool or open a website for all students in the class at once, or to get individual students back on track when they have drifted away from the lesson, whether they are in the classroom, at home, or anywhere in between.

Since it can be accessed from anywhere, it operates on several devices, and it integrates with Google Classroom and Microsoft School Data Sync to pre-populate classrooms, classroom.cloud is particularly useful during the current pandemic transitions. Classroom.cloud also has the following features:

Screen sharing with voice, chat, and messaging.

Quick surveys to evaluate understanding and issue rewards, which enables encourage and engage students.

One-click teacher re-routing to lock or redirect pupil screens, individually or all at once.

Student monitoring by the instructor is easy and private.

classroom.cloud has been thoroughly piloted and tested in actual classrooms, as have all NetSupport solutions. In 2020, NetSupport made classroom.cloud available in a small number of schools and districts as a pre-launch. During the transition to remote learning and through hybrid models, its use has provided the organization and educators with invaluable insight.

NetSupport, headquartered in the United Kingdom and the United States, is one of the world's oldest education technology firms, with over 18 million devices operating on its systems and networks, including over 5 million in the United States.

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