Using technology in elementary classrooms
Getting a classroom of elementary-aged children to pay attention to a screen projected at the front of the room can be tricky. Getting them to open the right application or type a URL by themselves can be even harder.
Vision classroom management software simplifies the challenges of using technology in elementary classrooms.
With Vision, you can load a file, start an application or launch a website for everyone in the room, from your own PC. You can demonstrate directly on your students’ computers or smart devices, capturing their attention and actually holding their interest while you teach. If one of your kids runs into a problem? You can operate their computer for them, right from your desk, and quickly get them back on track.
Vision and Vision Pro make it easy to integrate relevant technology into a wide variety of teaching environments. Do you teach in a computer lab? In a classroom with student iPads or web-enabled smart devices? Vision classroom management software supports it all, and allows teachers to leverage the technology that students are already familiar with for effective learning.
Margie Maier of Highlands Elementary started with a free trial of Vision, and found it invaluable. She described the impact Vision makes when using technology in elementary classrooms in her award-winning grant application: