Updated March 2018

ClassroomScreen

Easy-to-use widgets help manage student interactions

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K–12
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With ClassroomScreen, there a number of digital widgets teachers can project onto a screen for the entire class. Select a language and background to get started, and then place the desired widget where students can view it easily. Use the clock, timer, traffic light, and sound level tools to guide independent work or enhance the flow of group work. Be sure to use the text and drawing tools to add context to instructions. And if you're using the random name generator, click to save the inputted names into a text file for later use. 

One particularly useful feature is the duo widget option, which lets you divide the screen into two and give student groups different assignments. The work symbols (whisper, silence, ask neighbor, and work together) are useful here if you'd like one group to work together while the other group stays quiet. You can also give each group different start and end times.

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Meredith B. , Other
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Technology Training Center
Lake Charles, United States
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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