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Learn more about Netop Vision classroom management software for Chromebooks
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Netop Vision Classroom Chromebook Management


Easy to use and implement, Vision helps teachers do more in less time. Save time, enhance learning, and keep students safe and on-task by controlling student screens, monitoring activitiy, blocking websites, and sharing screens.

See Every Screen

Vision allows teachers to see everything their students see on their computers – even outside the browser window. At a glance, teachers can recognize who needs help or special attention. Is someone struggling with a lesson? Playing on social media? Cheating on a test? Teachers will know firsthand by seeing live views of all student screens on their computer. It’s even possible to customize the teacher view to match classroom layout.

Share Teacher’s Screen

No need for projectors or handouts – Vision gives every student a front row seat. Focus attention and facilitate comprehension by sharing the teacher’s screen on every student device.

Blank Screens

With the press of a button, teachers can refocus students’ attention, reclaiming instruction time, by blanking student screens and blocking input. The lock screen image can be customized to add personal flair.

Filter and Block Websites

Social media can wait until the lesson is over. Enforce your classroom’s online rules and use the internet to enhance learning, rather than detracting from it. Keep students safe, focused, and on-task by controlling internet access – all with the push of a button.

Stephanie Shea

Stephanie Shea

Marketing Manager at CTL
Stephanie Shea holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Georgia and has almost 20 years of writing experience ranging from newspaper reporting to PR, blogging, website copy, product descriptions, social media and advertising. When she’s not at CTL, Stephanie can be found playing the tenor sax, practicing astrology or hitting the running trails in Forest Park.
Stephanie Shea
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