Software for the Classroom Management
Software in the area of classroom management has evolved during the last twenty years during which computers have been available for classroom use. Here are examples of software that are used in schools to monitor computer based activities.
LanSchool Classroom Management and Monitoring Software
Computers are amazing educational tools, but can also be a huge distraction to students. LanSchool improves learning in a lab, laptop cart or 1:1 environment. With LanSchool, the teacher can remove distractions, demonstrate skills, monitor and assess student progress. LanSchool works cross platform on PCs, Macs, Thin Clients and even iPads.
NetOp School enables a teacher, or corporate instructor, to increase student time-on-task by being able to monitor their activity on the computer while they work. Teachers can also enhance classroom interactivity with NetOp by broadcasting live demo screens to students; mark up the featured screen to highlight a lesson; create monitored chat rooms or allow students to send you private questions via an instant message button located on the student’s computer.
NetSupport School features include the ability to display a screen on the students’ workstation or view up to 16 screens on the Tutor machine simultaneously. As standard, a full testing module is included allowing for the design and delivery of customised tests together with full application and web control modules, ensuring students use only approved applications on their workstations and visit only approved websites.
AB Tutor Control
AB Tutor Control ® from AB Consulting is computer and internet monitoring software that provides teachers, trainers and administrators with a teaching tool for networked classrooms and labs, allowing to simply and effectively control, manage, monitor, demonstrate, support and collaborate with your students.
The Software for Classroom Management section relates to the following sections of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Integrated Accessibility Regulation:
1. The Software for Classroom Management section describes how educators might utilize inclusive technologies to teach, communicate and share information.
2. People interact, learn and communicate in diverse ways. Learning opportunities are increased when flexible ways of engaging with learning materials are provided. Considering how people communicate is important for knowledge to be exchanged. Alternative formats take into account diverse ways of exchanging information.
3. The AODA legislates that educators, teachers and staff are to learn about accessible course delivery and instruction and be knowledgeable at interacting and communicating with people with disabilities who may use alternative formats.