Monitor Student Chromebooks

DyKnow Cloud is a teacher tool to monitor student Chromebooks during class time.
What makes DyKnow different?

1. DyKnow allows teachers to decide which websites are blocked or allowed during class.

For each class, allow only the website where students are taking a test or quiz. Or, choose to block only distracting, noncurricular sites while allowing students to access the rest of the Internet as they need.

When teachers monitor student Chromebooks with DyKnow, they have the flexibility to block or allow websites and apps per student and/or per class.

Scroll down to see a sample blocking plan!

2. DyKnow provides teachers and administrators with real time Analytics to show students’ on and off task behaviors.

When teachers monitor student Chromebooks with DyKnow, they have access to data showing each website students accessed, plus how frequently and for how long. Our Analytics are available in real time during class, as well as after class. Bonus: We store this Chromebook monitoring data forever. Use Analytics to assign participation grades, set expectations, and praise students for good choices!

3. For 14 years, we’ve built products focused entirely on helping teachers during class time.

We don’t make or sell anything but software for teachers. This means we’re committed to providing teachers with the best possible experience – our product performs, is reliable, and is exceptionally easy to use. Teachers love DyKnow!

“I use DyKnow Cloud Analytics to monitor my students while they are working on their Chromebooks.

I LOVE the ability to message one student, a few students, or the entire class. In one click of a button I can see ALL the websites they are on and the students can’t get around my monitoring.

DyKnow helps when I send a student in the hall to work on something, or even in a different classroom! I love DyKnow!”

1:1 Chromebook Teacher, Beech Grove City Schools (IN)

“I love DyKnow. It has been helpful in my class – I love how I can control what sites my students are allowed to visit.”

-Chromebook 1:1 Teacher, Baldwin County Schools (AL)