Use the classroom monitoring feature to see what the students are doing with a single glance.
Show the Teacher's screen and audio to all students in a classroom.
Show a particular Students screen to the entire class to showcase creative solution to a problem or just a pretty picture in a real-time basis.
Get a real-time view of each student's screen at a single glance from the Teachers console to see what the students are doing.
Remote Control to help a student with a question, or to take control of the student's computer with keyboard and mouse.
Communicate with a student using audio chat, listen to students and broadcast audio to all or selected students.
Blank-out all student screens and disable student keyboards and mice to get the student's attention and conduct lectures without the distraction of students playing with their computers.
Allow Teachers to put Students into a secure, locked mode in order to take an assessment exam using the new Assessment Mode feature.
Easily create true or false, multiple choice, short answer and essay questions that can include graphics for electronically testing and grading.
Ask yes/no or multiple choice voting questions to get a quick pulse on whether or not students understand a concept.
Prevent wireless tampering via SSID limitation in conjunction with the Network Tampering feature to ensure that the students connect only to the required school's wireless network when available.
Block students from browsing to websites using IP addresses and optionally displays the list of approved websites to students.
Easily specify what applications students can run on their computers.
Temporarily disable all or selected student printers whether the printer is local, shared or a network printer.
Easy to use power management features to efficient management.
Create a class list and automatically bring those students into an Insight classroom.
Start lessons faster by instantly launching applications and websites on all student workstations at the same time.
Integrate double layers of security with Active Directory and Password Protected Secure Mode to limit unauthorized access to the Teachers console.
Take a snapshot of the students screen if you happen to catch them using their computer inappropriately.
Get more control with the new free Tech Console which includes many basic desktop management tools that help you stay on top of inventory, assets, software updates, security, and even control Faronics Deep Freeze.
Easily manage a computer-based learning environments as an IT Administrator.
Use the Tech Console to centrally manage Deep Freeze settings on supported computers.
View the hardware components and installed software of all the Student machines.
Get reports on Web Site Visits and application usage by Student or Computer.
Get computer health status based on recommendations by Microsoft and Apple for their respective operating systems.
Efficiently and effectively interact with Student as well as Teacher computers to assist with IT related issues.
View and modify the power settings on Student and Teacher computers.
Remotely distribute and install software packages to Student machines.
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Low network bandwidth
Insight requires between 5% and 20% of the bandwidth used by the competition. While showing the teacher’s screen, Insight uses around 24 KB/sec. Monitoring thumbnails requires less than 10 KB/sec. Because Insight uses a broadcast or multicast packet, the bandwidth required for controlling two computers is close to that required by 250 computers. Other product’s bandwidth requirements increase with every additional computer that is monitored.
Insight thwarts attempts by students to disrupt the class by disabling the software. Insight students will re-join the session if the network is unplugged, the service will re-start automatically, and registry keys are protected from change. Savvy students will have the competitive products disabled in minutes.
If you suspect a student is using a unauthorized teacher console, you can quickly identify them with the security monitoring tool. It captures all Insight activity to a log file. There is also a “secure” version of Insight that requires teachers to enter a password to open the console.
Works with Subnets and VLANS
Insight functions across subnets and VLANs using Multicast and Directed Broadcast technology. Port 796 is the only port required.
Low processor and memory requirements
Insight only requires about 4% of the processor and 8 MB of memory on the client.
Unbeatable Support Policy
Insight comes with free telephone and e-mail support.
Insight empowers instructors with the ability to educate, assist, monitor, and communicate with an entire computer lab from one central computer.
Insight empowers instructors with the ability to educate, assist, monitor, and communicate with an entire computer lab from one central computer. Want to be a teaching rockstar? Check out this video!
This video will provide a functional overview of the core features of the Faronics Insight Teacher Console
In this webinar we'll discuss how classroom management solutions like Faronics Insight put teachers back in control of the classroom and boost student engagement. Computer-aided learning is an integral part of today's schools, yet it introduces a variety of challenges. From surfing the web to online gaming, student distractions are endless.
As a leading classroom management tool, Faronics Insight is the first choice for school instructors. It's easy-to-use and teachers love it. With the addition of the new FREE Tech Console, managing a network of labs becomes just as easy. In this webinar we will demonstrate capabilities of new Insight 7.7: remote support to teachers and students, network management, reporting and even control of Faronics Deep Freeze. Learn how Insight takes the headache out of managing computer learning.
Faronics unveils a new version of Insight -- Instructional technology solution and classroom management (works on all flavors of PC, Apple, iPods and Android). The concept is simple -- it helps teachers instruct through technology and keeps students on task.
How can you make sure that it's positively impacting student achievement? In the face of serious budget constraints, schools are trying to do more with less. And that means searching for effective solutions that produce results.
What if there was a way to give teachers more control over the classroom and eliminate distractions with just one click? What if there was a way to give teachers a tool that encourages one-to-one communication?
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