supervise screens


My school is 1:1 with iPads. I recently became AppleTeacher certified, and I'd like to know how is it I can supervise my students' screens when I am not directly behind them.

Thanks in advance!

3 replies

December 08, 2022

Hi Jessica,

I believe you can do just that using the Classroom app. It’s an orangey yellow icon. You do need to have the students log in each lesson (using a code the first time i believe?), but then you can push them directly to specific websites/ apps etc, and you can see what they are on. There is also capability to look at their usage time/ app use during that session.

I’ve not used it much myself (yet) due to having mostly senior classes that don’t currently have iPads at our school, but have only heard excellent feedback from those using it regularly. Perhaps someone else can chime in here?

December 10, 2022

We use Apple Classroom for our iPads and it's great - you can monitor screens remotely, lock devices and even guide students to a particular app or website. Well worth a look if you aren't using it already :)

December 12, 2022

Apple Classroom is your go to! Have attached the getting started guide for yo


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