Searching for a solution to monitor student Chromebooks in your K12 classrooms?
Dyknow’s classroom management software gives teachers the ability to proactively monitor student Chromebooks, empowering them to defeat distractions and keep students on task.
Here’s what our Chromebook customers have to say about monitoring student Chromebook devices with Dyknow…
“Using Dyknow has allowed me to confidently monitor students’ Chromebook use while working with students at my table. I love the ability to glance at my computer screen and see which websites students are using. An added benefit is that I can redirect or prompt a student to move to the next online task if I see them on the same website for too long. My students also love it when I send them messages via Dyknow on their computer screens! This messaging ability helps me to get their attention quickly.”
– Heather M., Teacher, Hutto ISD
“I work with 5th and 6th graders, and Dyknow is a wonderful resource in my classroom. As students are working on Chromebooks, I can much more easily monitor whether online behavior is appropriate. It keeps me informed and in control – and they are so surprised when a message from me appears on their screen!”
– Aileen M., Teacher, Flemington Raritan School District
“Dyknow was a lifesaver for me when a colleague had to leave mid-year last year, and I absorbed her classes into mine. I had as many as sixty students in my classroom at a time, and there was no way I would have been able to keep track of what everyone was doing with their computers without Dyknow. I was able to block certain sites that I knew were common distractions as well as monitor all of the students’ computer screens to be sure no new distractions popped up. It was such a relief to know that Chromebooks were one less thing I needed to stress about with that many students.“
– Adam M., Teacher, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
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