LanSchool Classroom Management software keeps students engaged and learning, in a safe digital environment. Monitor students by using the Thumbnail view to quickly see each student's screen from a distance and keep them on task. Teach more effectively by broadcasting the teacher screen to the rest of the class. The communication features found in LanSchool help teachers more effectively communicate with students within the classroom. The Blank Screens feature allows you to focus your students’ attention to the front of the classroom by blanking all student screens. Maximize valuable classroom time with quick tools and custom settings. LanSchool is set up to easily access the functions you use most. Use the powerful features of LanSchool to assess student progress.
Information: this tutorial will cover how to create and deliver an electronic test to students using LanSchool. These tests can be timed and self-grading, and be delivered to students using Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, or Chromebook devices.
Information: this tutorial will demonstrate how to use LanSchool to blank a student's computer screen in an effort to attract their attention away from their machine and allow them to focus on what's happening in the classroom.
Information: this tutorial will demonstrate how to broadcast the teacher's computer screen to one or more student computers using LanSchool. This allows students to follow along on their own monitor, rather than try to watch a projection screen.
Information: this tutorial will demonstrate student voting using LanSchool. Voting allows a teacher to send a single multiple choice or true/false question to one or more student devices and receive instant responses. This feature can easily replace the need for separate student response systems often referred to as "clickers".
Information: this tutorial will cover the various methods of Messaging available within LanSchool. This includes sending messages to students, students asking questions of the teacher, and initiating group chat sessions between students and the teacher.