Like many schools, Bulembu Primary School in Swaziland struggled to maintain student focus and attention in a technology-led classroom. IT teacher, Mrs Mondi, found it difficult to instruct students centrally to all their own devices as well as preventing students doing other tasks that weren’t part of the lesson plan.
After installing NetSupport School, the award-winning classroom management solution, teaching at Bulembu Primary School was transformed. Not only could files and folders be transferred from the tutors’ PCs to multiple or selected students, teachers found they could better collaborate with students by showcasing the tutor and student screens to the rest of the class. Additionally, teachers could monitor and control students by viewing their screens with ease and block and disable the student’s mouse and keyboard.
NetSupport School also includes Testing and Quiz components to help teachers assess the classroom, as well as a chat function that allows teachers to provide support to one or multiple students.