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The latest update to NetSupport School’s Student Chrome Extension provides new features and enhancements to further support schools in monitoring and managing students’ Chromebooks – plus, deliver instruction with ease!

Enhanced Thumbnail View: Teachers (using Windows) can view all activity on the students’ devices within the thumbnail view – not just the activity taking place in the open browser window.

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Student View: In addition to viewing student activity via the thumbnail view, teachers can now open a separate view session to discreetly monitor the student’s screen and take a closer look at activity – perfect for ensuring students are on task with their learning activities. (Windows only).

To view all the features available for Chrome, please click here.

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Resetting system passwordsOne of the most common issues for IT technicians is students forgetting their passwords. Now, teachers can take on the role of resetting network passwords via their task bar, allowing the students quicker access to their devices and ensuring that lesson disruption is kept to a minimum.

New PowerShell featureA PowerShell window can now be launched from the console to quickly and easily execute PowerShell commands at a selected Windows Client.

New deployment enhancementsNetSupport School Deploy now offers a more intuitive interface for locating and deploying to machines and allows you to quickly locate machines local to the Tutor.

Improved performanceTeachers can maximise lesson time even further with enhanced file transfer and distribution speeds.

Webcam disableWebcams on classroom devices can now be disabled, which not only helps support a school’s eSafety policy but also helps to maintain students’ focus during lessons.

Refreshed UIWith a refreshed User Interface, it’s now easier than ever to identify and navigate to features.

New connection methodsWith added support for NetSupport School’s User and connectivity options, Chrome Tutors can now quickly connect to the required Student devices by logged-on username/email. This additional support means schools have more flexibility when setting up and connecting to classrooms, helping to maximise lesson time.

Enhanced Internet MeteringThe newly added ‘Details View’ provides the teacher with an instant overview of current internet activity across the classroom, displaying the active URL for each connected Student device.

Improved performanceThe improved Thumbnail Zoom performance now allows teachers to zoom in faster to see what students are doing, helping to ensure they remain on task.

With added support for connections from a NetSupport School Tutor** using ‘PC Mode’, this enables the teacher to quickly connect to a fixed list of Student devices by machine name (irrespective of who the logged-on student is), helping to maximise lesson time and making it ideal for environments where the devices remain in the same classroom.

** NetSupport School Windows Tutor application required. ‘PC Mode’ connections from a NetSupport School Chrome Tutor coming soon.

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Version 12 of NetSupport School sees the introduction of an entirely new, native Tutor App for Windows 10. The App is designed to leverage the benefits of mobile teaching on Windows 10 touch-enabled devices and introduces a fresh user-optimised interface.

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Support for Microsoft Surface Dial – display a radial menu of NetSupport School features for quick and easy execution of common tasks.Import/export approved and restricted website lists.Specify a custom destination folder when transferring documents and resources to Student machines.

Features within the Teacher App include:

‘Class Mode’ connectivity option offers direct integration with Microsoft School Data Sync, enabling teachers to instantly access their online SIS (Student Information Systems) classrooms and student accounts at the start of a NetSupport-managed lesson.Extended platform support for students using Chrome OS and Apple Mac systems.Device Control – Prevent data being copied to or from USB storage and CDR/DVD devices, plus Mute/Unmute Sound at student machines.Power Management – Power on or off, log in/log out or reboot classroom computers.Virtual Whiteboard supported by a wealth of drawing tools for improved collaboration within the classroom.Print option added in Student Registration feature.Application Control – Newly added options to Minimise or Close open applications.Student Help Requests are now colour-coded to highlight priority: Work Complete, Need Help or Urgent Help required.New option to toggle on or off the NetSupport School Student toolbar.Present lesson objectives and expected outcomes.Gather a student attendance register.Monitor student help requests.Lock or blank students screens to gain attention.Monitor student screen thumbnails.View individual students.Chat and send messages to the class.Monitor and restrict internet use.Monitor and control application use (desktop and store).Launch applications and websites on student screens.Conduct quick end-of-lesson surveys.Measure progress – including peer and individual assessment, scores and more.Transfer documents and resources to all or selected students.

To further leverage close integration with Windows 10, teachers can remotely launch Office 365 apps (amongst others) with direct integration with OneDrive. Teachers can also add key lesson resources and information from the Student Journal to a OneNote Class Notebook, if desired.

To assess student progress and understanding, NetSupport School’s unique Question and Answer module (Q&A) is provided, allowing for a variety of questioning styles and tools – verbal and basketball; random; first to answer; team-based student selection; peer assessment and gameshow-style. A quick survey tool is also included to support an end-of-lesson plenary.

Classroom resources and content can be distributed to all students seamlessly with the inbuilt File Transfer mode.

The new native NetSupport Tutor App is provided as a complementary component to the traditional NetSupport School desktop application and is available for do.w.n.lo.ad from the Windows Store. The NetSupport School Student software also features a number of low-level enhancements to ensure full compatibility with Windows 10, support for the latest browser technology and improvements for use by students on touch-enabled devices.

For installation on a teacher’s Android tablet (v4.0.3 and above), the NetSupport School Tutor for Android extends the product’s capabilities into dedicated tablet-based classrooms, giving the teacher the power to connect to each student device and enabling real-time interaction and support.

Note: The student tablet must be running the NetSupport School Student app – also available to do.w.n.lo.ad from the store.

Key features when connecting to student devices:

Thumbnail View: Thumbnails of each student device allow the teacher to monitor classroom activity in a single view.* For more detailed monitoring, the teacher can discreetly view the screen of any selected student.Real-time student assessment: The Question and Answer (Q&A) mode enables the teacher to conduct both individual student and peer assessment. Deliver questions verbally to the class, then select students to answer. Select Students either randomly (pot luck), first to answer, or in teams. Bounce questions to multiple students, ask the class to peer assess a selected response and keep individual and team scores.Class Surveys: Teachers can conduct on-the-fly surveys to gauge student knowledge and understanding. Students are able to respond in real-time to the survey questions posed and the teacher can then show results to the whole class, enabling students to receive instant feedback on their progress.Student Register: The teacher can request standard and/or custom information from each student at the start of each class and create a detailed register from the information provided.

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Lesson Objectives: If provided by the teacher, once connected, students are presented with details of the current lesson, together with overall objectives and their expected learning outcomes.Chat and Message: Initiate teacher-to-student chat sessions and send messages from the teacher device to one, selected, or all student devices.Request Help: Students can discreetly alert the teacher when they require assistance.Launch Websites: Remotely launch a selected website on student devices.Student Rewards: The teacher can assign ‘rewards’ to students to recognise good work or behaviour.File Transfer: The teacher can transfer files to a selected student or multiple student devices in a single action.Lock/Blank Screen: Ensure student focus when presenting by locking or blanking the student screens.WiFi/Battery Indicators: View the current wireless battery strength status for each connected student tablet.Connecting to Students: NetSupport School provides a quick and easy method to connect to the required student devices. The teacher can create ‘rooms’ in advance and the student devices can be configured to a specific room. At the start of a lesson, the teacher simply indicates which of the pre-defined rooms they want to connect to. ‘Roaming’ students also have the option of connecting to a designated room.

The NetSupport School Tutor for Android is free to try in your environment for 30 days and can then be used with existing NetSupport School licences. Alternatively, additional licences can be purchased from your NetSupport reseller.

* Screen capture feature supported on student tablets where the additional NetSupport School “Extended Features” utility is installed. Available for the majority of leading tablet manufacturers.

Click here to learn more about NetSupport School’s Tutor for Android.

Available as a free do.w.n.lo.ad from iTunes, the latest version of the NetSupport School Student app for iOS delivers improved performance and operability; iOS8 support; and support for another of the product’s key teaching best practice tools, Q&A module:

Question and Answer Module

Students using iPad’s can now participate in a teacher-led Question and Answer session. The feature encourages active assessment of learning in the classroom, enabling teachers to introduce new questioning styles to the lesson, such as ‘basketball’ questioning, reinforce key learning points and instantly gauge student understanding.

The teacher can quickly ask the class verbal questions; allow students to be selected based on speed of answer, as a team or at random; bounce questions to multiple students; ask the class to peer assess a response; and score responses throughout the process.

In addition to the version available to do.w.n.lo.ad from iTunes, an Enterprise Version offering additional functionality can also be do.w.n.lo.aded for evaluation within your own enterprise.

Additional features available in the NetSupport School Student for iOS (Enterprise Version)

Student ThumbnailsThumbnails of each student device allow the teacher to monitor classroom activity in a single view. Zoom in on a selected student for an optimised high-definition thumbnail.

View Student ScreensFor more detailed monitoring, the teacher can discreetly view the screen (Watch Mode) of any selected student device.

Launch URLsThe teacher can remotely launch a selected website on one or multiple student devices.

Another benefit of the Enterprise Version is that it continually operates in the background on student devices, ensuring the teacher can still interact with iOS students (when using features such as Show Screen, Question and Answer Mode, Chat, Message, Class Surveys and Student Register) even when the app isn’t open.

Click here to learn more about NetSupport School’s mobile apps and to do.w.n.lo.ad.

The Student app for Android now includes support for even more of NetSupport School’s key classroom management tools, with the addition of both the Question and Answer module and File Transfer:

Question and Answer Module

Students using Android tablets can now participate in a teacher-led Question and Answer session. The feature encourages active assessment of learning in the classroom, enabling teachers to introduce new questioning styles to the lesson, such as ‘basketball’ questioning, reinforce key learning points and instantly gauge student understanding.

The teacher can quickly ask the class verbal questions; allow students to be selected based on speed of answer, as a team or at random; bounce questions to multiple students; ask the class to peer assess a response; and score responses throughout the process.

 File Transfer

Teachers can now transfer files to and from a selected student tablet or multiple devices in a single action. Students can access the files from a new ‘File Explorer’ window.

In addition, the following configuration and performance improvements have been made:

Launch at Startup

The NetSupport School Student can now be configured to launch automatically when the tablet is powered on.

Auto sign-in to a fixed room

When devices are located in a fixed classroom, you can now configure the NetSupport School Student to not only launch at startup but also automatically connect to the specified room.

You can password protect the configuration to prevent any changes being made.

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NetSupport School’s enhanced performance when viewing a student device or showing the teacher screen to student devices means that information can be shared quickly and easily.

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