DyKnow Monitor is a steppingstone to student-centeredinstruction: it provides thecomfort you need to begin usingcomputers ...
The following slideshow provides five greattips you can use when transitioning from asupervisory classroom with DyKnow Mon...
Create and save polls before class!In Monitor you can create polls on the fly butwith Vision you can create polls before c...
Retrieve and return homework with one click!               SIMPLY…1SEND          2RETRIEVE 3RETURN homework to      comple...
Import your PowerPoint lessons into        a Vision Notebook! Simply… Open a PowerPoint lesson and click on the “DyKnow” t...
Save chats along with lessons!While you can chat in Monitor, its hard to remember how thediscussion corresponded to the le...
SHARE STUDENTS SCREENS!Monitor allows you to broadcast your screen whileVision allows you to broadcast anyone’s screenwho ...
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5 Ways to Transition from Monitor to Vision
5 Ways to Transition from Monitor to Vision
5 Ways to Transition from Monitor to Vision
5 Ways to Transition from Monitor to Vision
5 Ways to Transition from Monitor to Vision
5 Ways to Transition from Monitor to Vision
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DyKnow Monitor is a stepping stone to student-centered instruction: it provides the comfort you need to begin using computers as tools for learning. However, as time goes on, teachers want more from their computer-equipped classrooms! The following slideshow provides five great tips you can use when transitioning from a supervisory classroom with DyKnow Monitor to an interactive, student-centered learning environment with DyKnow Vision.

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5 Ways to Transition from Monitor to Vision

  1. 1. DyKnow Monitor is a steppingstone to student-centeredinstruction: it provides thecomfort you need to begin usingcomputers as tools for learning.However, as time goes on,teachers want more fromtheir computer-equippedclassrooms!
  2. 2. The following slideshow provides five greattips you can use when transitioning from asupervisory classroom with DyKnow Monitor to …an interactive, student-centered learningenvironment with DyKnow Vision.
  3. 3. Create and save polls before class!In Monitor you can create polls on the fly butwith Vision you can create polls before class.SIMPLY… 1. Import or create a lesson in a DyKnow Vision Notebook before class. 2. Add polls throughout the The Benefit lesson where you want to conduct immediate Save precious class assessment. time by preparing for 3. assessment ahead Save and use during of time! class!
  4. 4. Retrieve and return homework with one click! SIMPLY…1SEND 2RETRIEVE 3RETURN homework to completed graded students. homework. homework. The Benefit Streamline grading and returning homework!
  5. 5. Import your PowerPoint lessons into a Vision Notebook! Simply… Open a PowerPoint lesson and click on the “DyKnow” tab. When your class begins just click the “Start Session” button. The Benefit Increase participation by making lessons interactive and collaborative!
  6. 6. Save chats along with lessons!While you can chat in Monitor, its hard to remember how thediscussion corresponded to the lesson. With Vision thosebackchannel discussion are automatically saved with yourDyKnow Notebook.The BenefitReview backchanneldiscussions as theyoccurred during alesson!
  7. 7. SHARE STUDENTS SCREENS!Monitor allows you to broadcast your screen whileVision allows you to broadcast anyone’s screenwho is in your DyKnow Vision session.The BenefitDemonstrate ateachable moment! Letstudents see how theirpeers solve a problem.
  8. 8. Let’s Recap
  9. 9. STOPIf you enjoyed this slideshow and want more helpful tips from us, check out our other slideshows.

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