Searching for a solution to monitor student PCs in your K12 classrooms?
Dyknow’s classroom management software gives teachers the ability to proactively monitor student PCs, empowering them to defeat distractions and keep students on task.
Here’s what our PC customers have to say about monitoring student PC devices with Dyknow…
“Dyknow is helping me defeat distracts by allowing me to give quick feedback on student’s PCs without disrupting everyone. When my private message is sent the student quickly realizes they must get back on track. This saves precious learning time for everyone!”
– Angela M., Teacher, Huntsville City Schools
“I love that I can modify how I block students, keeping them on task by either allowing or blocking specific programs or websites. It is super easy to monitor students’ PC screens and get students back on track in a discreet manner.”
– Mikala Z., Teacher, Lake Washington School District
Having Dyknow at our school allowed me to monitor students PCs in my class while waiting at the dentist’s office! My sub loved that I could see what the students were working on and send messages to those that weren’t on the educational websites I had assigned. It was a team effort. Thanks Dyknow for giving me eyes-on capabilities!”
– Kim C., Teacher, Sycamore Community Schools
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