Now that your class is going, this tutorial will show you the best ways to monitor and supervise your students. Vision 7 is a great way to monitor the whole classroom from the teacher’s computer screen. It lets you monitor web browsing, identify students who need extra help, as well as improve classroom time on task. There are multiple ways to monitor your class Vision 7. You can select your classroom view and choose how your students are labeled, as well as view the classroom monitor.
Classroom view options are found in the view tab.
Perspective view gives you a large scrolling view of the entire classroom.
Details shows you what applications are active.
And the most common view is the thumbnails.
You can also choose the way you want to label the students computers, by computer name, login name, or requested name. Classroom monitor shows you a scrolling view of each computer in the class.
You’re able to adjust the size and scrolling speed to meet your needs. Vision 7 lets you supervise student computer activity from your workstation, you can see a thumbnail view of the entire class, or you can enlarge the student icon for more details. Settings that you scroll through automatically, or you can page through at your own pace. You can also easily identify when a student is off task or just needs a helping hand.
Check out the next tutorial to learn how to use blank screen.