NetSupport is delighted to announce the launch of Google Classroom integration in its award-winning classroom management solution.
As schools continue to heavily invest in edtech, NetSupport remains focused on ensuring schools maximise its use and benefits by keeping it simple. According to research by PwC, only 10 per cent of 2,000 teachers surveyed reported feeling secure in their abilities to incorporate “higher-level” technology into their classroom, while 52 per cent of teachers report that the biggest barrier to more effective use of technology is a lack of time to integrate digital materials and tools into their lessons.
Such research shows there are still many teachers who are not confident using technology with their classes and, for these people, it can create a high level of anxiety that becomes a barrier to them being able to use it successfully – while, for others, it simply takes too long to set up.
NetSupport School is an all-in-one multi-platform solution for engaging with students in any digital classroom, with features ranging from screen monitoring and student management to a wealth of assessment and teaching tools. NetSupport School is built on a foundation of easy-to-use functionality that engages students and boosts learning outcomes. Its latest integration with Google Classroom expands its simplicity when connecting to students’ Chromebooks by providing “ready to connect” class lists direct from Google Classroom – and, as a by-product, saving even more valuable teaching time.
Al Kingsley, MD of NetSupport, explains: “We understand that, as a teacher, you want quick, easy and reliable access to tools that work in the classroom. And for those teachers already using Google Classroom, we wanted to make it as easy as possible for them to access their SIS data and maximise their teaching time, while also reducing any associated tech stress by keeping it as simple as possible.”
Used by over 18 million users in over 90 countries around the globe for the last 30 years, NetSupport is the leader in classroom instruction technology.
To find out more about NetSupport School, visit www.netsupportschool.com for a 30-day free trial.