See Your Students' Screens


As an online educator, how do you ensure that students are doing their assigned work or looking at the lesson materials in the virtual room during the lesson, instead of using their devices for other purposes like surfing the web? With ClassDo, you can keep track of what is on your students' screens by getting them to screen share their entire screen during the lesson!  


1

Get Them to Switch On Screen Share

Your students can follow the instructions here to switch on screen share.They should choose Share Your Entire Screen (Option 1).

To streamline the process, we advise that they read the instructions and download the screen share extension before the lesson. 

2

Ensure that Entire Screen is Shared

After you have approved of their screen share and their shared screen is displayed on a new content ta inside the virtual room, you can get them to perform a quick test to ascertain that they have selected the correct option share their entire screen. Ask your students to open a new browser tab and visit any website on that browser tab, or open another application on their devices.

As with the example above, if your students have chosen the correct option, you (the teacher) should be able to another websiite, an opened external app or the desktop background on their virtual room screens.

If you cannot see anything other than their internet browser or a single application window (e.g. they have opened Word document, but you cannot see anything but the Word document), they may have chosen the Chrome Tab or Application WIndow option, which will not let you see everything going on their screens

Ask them to restart screen share with the correct option.

3

View Your Students' Screens

Mouse over the screen share video in the left panel to see whose device it is coming from. Click the Expand Video button to have a clearer view of what your student is working on at any time.

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