classroom.cloud

Developed by NetSupport to offer a solution to deliver continuous, flexible learning, classroom.cloud is a cloud-based classroom management, online safety, and IT management software solution. Today, it supports over 200,000 student devices in over 50 countries.

Easy to set up, configure, and manage, classroom.cloud supports a range of platforms, devices, and locations. Integrating into the school’s existing infrastructure, getting started is a breeze and teachers can quickly and easily lead instruction.

The solution promotes innovative learning and maximizes learning outcomes to boost student success. Teachers have the tools to help them increase student engagement by incorporating a range of resources into their lessons—creating more meaningful learning. Meanwhile, its survey features provide insight into everyone’s understanding and gauge student wellbeing.

Effective monitoring tools allow teachers to increase student focus, boost collaboration, and improve engagement. With it, teachers can easily break through distractions and maintain focus by setting parameters. Abersychan School explains its impact, saying: “Since we’ve introduced classroom.cloud as a feature with our Chromebooks, there has been a marked improvement in terms of behavior for learning.”

Providing a safe environment for students to learn is essential. It is designed with powerful online safety tools. The online safety toolkit contains NetSupport’s unique contextual intelligence technology and helps protect students by managing web/application usage, monitoring concerning activity, identifying vulnerable students, spotting online safety trends—providing visibility and allowing staff to provide the correct professional response. With classroom.cloud, teachers can do more of what matters – teach. For these reasons and more, classroom.cloud is a Cool Tool Awards Winner for “Best Classroom Management Solution” as part of The EdTech Awards 2024 from EdTech Digest. Learn more

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