Vision Classroom Management Software Case Studies
How our classroom management solutions perform in the real-world
Our classroom management case studies paint a variety of pictures of how Vision performs in actual classrooms.
Elementary students, who had been constantly distracted, now get excited about the lesson - and stay focused on it, too. A middle school student who managed to sneak online during class realizes her teacher has a record of all her Internet activities, and decides not to do that anymore. High school students in a small, rural town get a cutting-edge business education.
Classroom management case studies like these paint a vivid picture.
The truth is, Vision transforms the classroom. No one can put that into words like the teachers who have experienced the before and after. Look through our classroom management case studies, and see what you think.
"Vision allows me to come as close to 1:1 instruction as I can... even my most challenging learners are able to follow through on the instruction more consistently." - Margie Maier, Computer Skills: Highland Elementary School, Washington
“For the most part, the students remain on task, but if someone decides to venture on his own, we’ve been able to document it exactly, so there’s no gray area." - Peter Baccile, Technology Director: Hornell City School District, New York
Middle School I
“I like being able to showcase to the class what other students can do, especially if it’s that kid that everyone thinks can do nothing right. This gives that student the chance to shine without saying a word.” - Amanda Girvin, Technology Teacher & Coordinator: Ockerman Middle School, Kentucky
Middle School II
“I said that if you get this for me, I’ll install it, train other teachers how to use it and take care of any problems it may have. That was a great deal for me. If all software was this easy, tech people would be out of work.” - Steve West, Business: Asheville Middle School, North Carolina
Media Center I
“If students are online and trying to do research into a topic or find a book title, I can see what they’re doing, find it on my computer and then show them on theirs, all without leaving my desk unattended." - Mona Shehata, Media Services Director: Fontana A. B. Miller High School, California
Media Center II
“I have so many students in and out. It’s harder than in a classroom because I don’t know the kids as well as a teacher would. They’re all different ages; some come in only once, while some are in every day. Vision helps me ensure that they are using the Internet to support learning.” - Bonnie Hampton, Media Specialist: Newberry High School, Florida
Information/ Communications Technology (ICT)
"It is an incredibly powerful tool. Vision simply embodies the efficient way in which we work, keeping our students on task, saving time and keeping them safe." - John Pritchett, ICT Head: Brookfield Community School, Chesterfield, England
High School I
"It's one thing to have technology in the room; it's a whole other thing to incorporate it seamlessly so students benefit. Vision is the single most important piece of software I have in my room." - Jaret Tomlinson, Intro to Business: Orrick High School, Missouri
High School II
“It’s an obligation of ours to use as much prudence as we can to keep the kids on task. We have gained the confidence of the parents because we don’t have problems. They say you can’t be everywhere at once, but with Vision, teachers can.” - Tom Vogelgesang, Technology Coordinator: Lincoln High School, Tallahassee, Florida
High School III
“I had heard of Vision and decided to try it out. I installed it on the PCs in my classroom over the summer and started using it with the students that fall. I can do so much more now.”
- Dennis Oubre, Engineering, Robotics, Rocketry Instructor: A.J. Moore Engineering Academy, Waco, TX
"Utilizing a classroom management system improves the final grade average in the order of a full grade step, far fewer students fail, and the spread of grades is significantly narrower. In addition, the overall classroom setting improves in terms of behavior and discipline."
- Robert Joyce, Elon University; Harald Schmidl, Central Carolina Community College