The third annual Educator Confidence Report from education and publishing company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) was recently published and highlights that 65% of educators expressed confidence in using digital technology in their classrooms; a 7% increase from 2016. Over 1,200 teachers and school and district administrators were surveyed for the report.

However, teachers said there was still room for improvement in implementing technology into lessons. One of the largest barriers – with 46% agreeing – was a lack of time to plan for implementation of digital resources into instruction.

Designed in consultation with teachers, classroom management solution, NetSupport School, not only saves their time and maintains students’ focus in an ICT environment, but also improves learning outcomes – regardless of the preferred learning style.

With dedicated assessment, monitoring, orchestration, collaboration and control features – all easily reached through its intuitive interface – and with many having one-click accessibility (e.g. distributing/collecting work files), it ensures teachers can focus on teaching using best practice.