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Classroom Management

Screen Monitoring

To enhance student learning and provide individual help more quickly, educators can remotely monitor students’ progress and activities. Students’ screens can be shared on large display devices for improved class participation and easier delivery of student presentations.

Student Device Control

Teachers can remotely lock students’ applications, screens and input functionality. This capability improves learning by enabling teachers to keep students focused on assignments and maintain better control of the classroom.

Lesson Toolbar

Easy access to Samsung School’s interactive functionalities such as Screen Monitoring and Screen Sharing enables teachers to better engage students by utilizing various web content or educational applications that can be annotated for added flexibility.

Interactive Tools

Group Discussion

Using Screen Sharing, up to six participants can simultaneously write on the screen. This real-time collaboration on lesson materials can help students take an active part discussions for a more collaborative learning experience.

Separable Canvas

Split an image into separate sections and enable each member of the group to complete their individual part of the assignment. The group leader then combines those split sections and submits the consolidated group assignment to the teacher.

Group Reporting

A group leader assigns each member a section of a report to complete using the template provided on their own tablets. Then the leader can combine the completed sections together into a single group report to submit to the teacher.

Screen Sharing

Teachers and students can share content with each other, providing dynamic interaction among all participants in the class. While sharing a screen, a student or teacher can write on it to enhance engagement in the lesson.

Quizzes & Polls

Teachers can easily design and administer creative quizzes and polls via simple templates to better engage students, and quickly assess how well the class comprehends materials to help optimize future lessons according to learning needs.

Case Studies

Eloy Intermediate School

Students at Eloy Elementary School District in Arizona were on the wrong side of the digital divide, with aging desktop computers in the classroom and many families lacking internet access at home. To provide greater access to technology, Eloy applied for and received a grant. After assessing a number of options, Eloy selected Samsung School. Students and teachers alike have responded enthusiastically to the integration. Student engagement has significantly improved and attendance is at an all-time high.

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Geeter Middle School

Geeter Middle School’s sixth-grade math class in Memphis, Tennessee was selected for a pilot program using the Samsung School package. Geeter reports that students became excited about coming to school and no longer hesitated to ask questions in class, creating a more fun, energized and interactive learning environment. The teacher could quickly assess how students were solving problems in real time and customize instruction on the spot to the students' individual needs.

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Packages

Samsung School Standard

• Samsung School Solution (One Year or Perpetual)
• Select Samsung Galaxy Tablets

Samsung School Interactive

• Samsung School Solution (One Year or Perpetual)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab® 4 Education
• Samsung ME75C - ME-C Series 75" Edge-Lit LED Display w/ TV Tuner
• Samsung 75"" Touch Overlay
• Samsung AllShare® Cast Wireless Hub

Samsung School Premium

• Samsung School Solution (One Year or Perpetual)
• Samsung Galaxy Tab® 4 Education
• Samsung ME75C - ME-C Series 75" Edge-Lit LED Display w/ TV Tuner
• Samsung 75"" Touch Overlay
• Samsung AllShare® Cast Wireless Hub
• Samsung Color Multifunction Printer

Backward Grade To:

• Samsung Galaxy Tab® 10.1
• Samsung Galaxy Note® 10.1

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