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allow teachers to mirror their screen onto their students screens

I want to be able to send my google slides, website, powerpoint, etc to the students' screens! Please add this!

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      • Jenny Steele commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I have been researching software to use on windows computers, and many of them seem to have this. It would be great to be able to have a comparable feature.

      • Anne Brainard commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        My teachers would also like this feature. Until then, there is an extension for Chrome called Share to Classroom. Get your class on the same (web)page, instantly.

        Google Classroom Teachers: Save time and create a more interactive class with the Share to Classroom extension. The extension allows you to push web pages to your any of your Classroom classes, so they open instantly on your students' computers. With this extension, you can get your students on the right page, quickly and reliably every time. You can also post announcements, create assignments, or save webpages to post to Classroom later.

        Students: The Share to Classroom extension gets you to web pages your teacher shares, without you having to type out the whole URL. You can also push web pages directly to your teacher.

      • Lisa Urban commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        We use this feature with the Impero program in our computer labs and on our desktops.. very very useful tool. I have found it most useful when I want to model a new program or website and show the kids how to navigate something before they try.

        In that program you can also broadcast a student's screen onto everyone else's screen to highlight or showcase work.

      • Kelly Daniel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Nearpod does this beautifully and allows you to add questions/activities into your slides/powerpoint. If you have a premium account, you have the option to let kids go at their own pace. Otherwise, you proceed through your presentation and the student devices mirror yours. Data is collected from the activities throughout and you get a good formative assessment.

      • Peter Kuehl commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I would love this feature as well. Students are always moving around to be able to see. Can't accommodate every up front.

      • Bryan Veal commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        NetOp's "Vision" product allows pushing teacher screen to student devices. I believe this would be beneficial for our teachers.

      • Dirk S Van Curan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Seeing that you can now sync your Google Classroom with GoGuardian wouldn't you assign/share the content with the Google Classroom announcement/assign feature? Then these items would be retrievable by the students after the sessions are over by going to their Google Classroom.

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