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The use of classroom management software in education

Modern computer technology is gradually replacing rooted or traditional ways of teaching. Broadband Internet and the decline of computer prices have resulted in the trend of using computer classrooms for courses that are not engaged in teaching computer skills. This change has set new demands in terms of student-teacher interaction. Programs for the management of computer classrooms have appeared in response to these demands. Nowadays, such a program presents one of the many tools in the process of teaching in a computer classroom. The basic features of this program type are simpler interaction between teachers and students, simplified file sharing, the possibility of quick testing, monitoring and controlling the work of students, the option to specify certain limits, as well as many others. The ability to introduce restrictions such as use of the Internet, access to certain websites or to external devices for data storage, ensures that students are fully involved in the teaching process. In addition, these programs are important tools for administrators of computer classrooms, because they allow one to work on more than one computer at the same time. This paper describes the LanSchool program used in computer classrooms at the University Department of Professional Studies. The benefits of its use in education and its application in administering the computer classroom are shown.

Author(s):

Zlatko Norac    
OŠ Ravne njive Split
Croatia

Marinko Lipovac    
Sveučilišni odjel za stručne studije
Croatia

Siniša Zorica    
Sveučilišni odjel za stručne studije
Croatia

Zvonimir Štingl    
Croatia

 

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