As education continues to evolve, the use of technology is a crucial element for success and growth, both inside and outside of the classroom. However, technology brings with it many e-safety concerns and new ways for students to become distracted.
LanSchool and LanSchool Air put control back in the hands of educators, making it easy for them to manage devices and digital activities in the classroom. With one-click customizable features, teachers can monitor real-time progress and keep students on task while providing a safe digital environment. Teachers get to spend more time teaching and students engage in more focused learning.
We invite you to explore how classroom management software can help your school further learning through technology.
LanSchool classroom management software gives teachers the superpowers they need to become a Hero in the digital classroom. With the ability to monitor student progress and assist without drawing attention, teachers are better equipped to guide students through all stages of learning.
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