Eden Carey
Media Teacher

Sharing teacher screen with student BYOD

Hello everyone,

I have recently explored a variety of applications, such as, Splashtop, Display Note and Air Server. I am leaning towards Splashtop as it is user friendly and little delay between devices. Students have the ability to watch and record the teachers screen, which I think is awesome for students to learn Adobe applications and record as their own personal tutorial. Obviously, this creates added responsibility for the teacher as they are being recorded but saves time as The teacher doesn't need to create an additional tutorial. This can also help students with disabilities, as they can see their own screen and play back. Let me know your thoughts, or if you have a better suggestion.

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Aziz Soubai

Posted on 6/21/18 8:20:13 PM Permalink

Thanks for sharing your work

Fred Allard

Posted on 4/2/16 12:47:10 AM Permalink

I use Splashtop with an iPad. Even thought we have a SmartBoard device, the Splashtop app creates another dimension of engagement for those students shy to approach the board. I, too, am curious about what Adobe has in the works to get into this arena.