Remote teaching and learning

Did you know… if your school has a Remote Desktop Environment, you can provide a sense of continuity for your students by leading teaching and learning with NetSupport School while they’re working at home. 

Many IT teams have already ensured their schools have a Remote Desktop Environment for remote administration of their technology. The good news for teachers and students is that NetSupport School can also be run in this environment and used just as it would be in lessons. Staff and students will usually access the school’s RDS environment from the school website and simply log in (using their school credentials) as if they were back in school logging into their class computers. The teacher can either invite the students to join a ‘room’ in NetSupport School or connect to a list of students.

Teaching and learning can continue as normal, with teachers interacting with students as if they were all sitting together in a classroom – yet privacy is protected, as nothing is installed on any student or teacher device, plus once the teacher/student logs out, the session is closed.

See how NetSupport School works in a remote desktop environment!