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Transform your digital screen with an easy to use app

With the free version, I am able to use three screens that give me presets for my morning meeting, daily learning, and closing circle time. With the combination of these screens, my students can simply check for interactive and/or personalized instructions, see work symbols to let them know under what conditions they may learn, and use polls to collect feedback. Shortly put this app has enhanced the use of the digital screen in my classroom.
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Gorgeous classroom management tool with endless customizable widgets

This is a classroom management tool I utilize all day. It tracks time, guides our transitions, and provides many peaceful, beautiful photo options.
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Awesome tool for the classroom! Offers great visuals for students of all ages!

I really enjoyed using ClassroomScreen. One of the first things that I noticed right away is that I can change the background. I would change the background based on the topic that we are discussing. I could also change it to a moving background to add a calming visual for my students that need to slow down. When I want to use my board interactively, I choose the drawing tool. I can give written examples directly on the board. With that, I liked using the random name tool. It helps me call on a student to come up to the board instead of picking one myself. I think this keeps an even balance on who is called on within the classroom. Another tool I like using is the stop light. I use it for volume control. There is a volume control tool which has visuals as well as the words for how loudly the class is talking, but I like the stoplight because my students have been able to relate it to something they see everyday. When working in our Daily 5, I find myself using the timer a lot! The students like to be able to keep track of how much longer they have on their work. It also works wonderfully for timed tests! For ELL students, there is a tool in which you can change the language. The downside is, it changes the language for everything (all of the tools) but it could be very beneficial for those students who need to be able to see what is happening. Overall, I highly recommend ClassroomScreen. It works for all ages and grades of students. It is a very useful tool which offers great visuals for students.
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My favorite tool to share with anyone who will listen. It's like the Swiss Army Knife of the classroom - so many uses!

This is a fantastic teaching tool that has made many teachers happy. I would suggest they build in a screen save tool to be able to take a snapshot of what has been created to save as an image. This way, students who were absent can access what was shared if the teacher provides instructions or QR codes for the lesson.
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