Classroom Screen Sharing Lets You Demonstrate
Display what you're doing on your students' computers
Introduce a new activity to the class... show a small group what to do next... pull aside someone who's stuck and walk them through it one-on-one...
Giving your students a full-screen view of your display opens a lot of doors.
It also gives you their undivided attention. When your screen appears on your students' computers or smart devices, they focus on the lesson, which means better comprehension and concept retention.
Showing a movie? Everyone gets a front-row seat with classroom screen sharing. Demonstrating something complex? Screen sharing puts the concepts front and center, making learning much more effective for your students.
High-speed Screen Sharing
Vision takes classroom screen sharing to a new level, leading the industry and setting the bar. With Vision, you can share any application with your students – even the most technically intensive – in real time, in sync, seamlessly.
If you’re working with high-res graphics, or demonstrating AutoCAD or streaming video from PowerDVD or Quicktime, you’ll recognize a noticeable difference in quality between Vision and other classroom management solutions.
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At a glance
The Demo tool gives your students a full-screen view of your display, on any student PC, Mac, iPad, or smart device.
With high-speed screen sharing, you can stream even the most technically intensive applications seamlessly, in sync.
What you can do with any student device
- Share screens with an individual, a group or the whole class
- Broadcast MPEG, AVI, Quicktime and Flash movies/ animations
- Classroom screen sharing gives everyone a front-row seat
- Share graphics-intensive applications in real time
- Stream videos without getting out of sync
- Display any application you're running on your students' screens
- Best-in-class performance for seamless demos
Expanded capabilities for students using PCs:
- Lock student keyboards and mice to eliminate distraction
- Select full screen, close screen, or minimize display
- Keep your demonstration available for student reference