As an educator, you don’t need x-ray vision to figure out that you and your students aren’t always on the same page.
And when learning devices become weapons of mass distraction … you’ve lost the battle AND the war.
If only there was some way you could see exactly what was on their screens.
And more, if you could manage those screens. Shutting down distracting tabs - focusing attention - and guiding everybody to stay on-task and on-line.
Well, the good news is: your super-power is here.
It’s called Family Zone Classroom.
Family Zone Classroom is a simple dashboard that allows you to manage online content for the entire class - as a whole, in groups or as individuals.
It’s the visibility and control you’ve only dreamed about til now.
With Family Zone Classroom, you can
See internet activity for individual students
Lock access for class or students
Open new tabs for class or students
Create your own filtering policies for your own classroom
Focus the class, restricting access to specific sites or apps
Reward students by allowing limited time access to sites normally blocked
At a glance you can get a sense of where the whole group is at - or change the view to check in on individuals.
With Family Zone Classroom, you can send a quick private text message to get wanderers back on track. Or, use your super-power to shut them down with a single click.
But don’t get the idea that Family Zone Classroom is only about spotting digital behaviour problems before they happen … even though it’s awesome at doing exactly that.
You can also use it to catch kids who are doing something right - and reward them accordingly.
Feeling powerful? That’s because with Family Zone Classroom you are.
For any device connected to your school’s WiFi … it’s your super-power for keeping students on-task while online.
To learn more or book a demo, click here
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