It\u2019s not enough for schools to buy devices for their students; you also need to make sure students are using them properly, and to advance their learning. But a classroom management app that allows teachers to view student screens isn\u2019t enough. They need help monitoring student devices so they can spot students who are getting off-task or are struggling to keep up with their peers. New Lightspeed Classroom Management\u2122 is a cloud-based classroom management solution that gives teachers unparalleled visibility into what\u2019s going on with classroom devices. With Lightspeed Classroom Management, teachers don\u2019t have to worry about being everywhere at once, peering at every student\u2019s screen. Teachers also don\u2019t have to be glued to their own screens, following their students\u2019 page views and trying to figure out who\u2019s off-task. This is why Lightspeed Classroom Management (formerly known as Relay Classroom) is so revolutionary. Classroom leverages smart analytics tools to zero in on unusual browsing activity, notifying teachers in real time when students may be distracted or need help. Our classroom management solution frees teachers from their desks and devices, allowing them to perform other essential tasks \u2014 grading assignments, answering questions, and so on \u2014 while also ensuring students use their devices appropriately. Here are 15 things teachers can do with Lightspeed Classroom Management. 1. Get insights on unusual browsing behavior. How do teachers know which students aren\u2019t focused? They receive an alert at the top of the screen indicating which students show unusual browsing behavior. Utilizing artificial intelligence, our classroom management app leverages years of data on students\u2019 typical browsing behavior to understand when students\u2019 online activity is abnormal. 2. See an aggregate view of which websites all of your students are browsing. Teachers can see what websites all their students are on right now. In Classroom, they can open an aggregate view of web activity; teachers see a list of the URLs with favicons so they can quickly check everyone\u2019s status. 3. Get student status updates. With Classroom, students can set their status to \u201cworking\u201d or \u201cdone.\u201d This way, teachers will know when it\u2019s safe to move on to the next task \u2014 and if students who are finished with their work are browsing unrelated URLs, teachers don\u2019t have to wonder whether they\u2019re distracted from the current assignment. 4. Find out who needs help. Teachers know better than anyone that not all students who need help raise their hands and ask for it. In Classroom, students can set their status to \u201cneed help\u201d to discreetly notify their teacher when they\u2019re stuck. 5. Sort students into lists based on their statuses. If teachers want to see what proportion of their class is working versus finished with the current task, they can toggle to Classroom\u2019s list view or change to a heat map view (shown below). 6. Identify which students are most active online. Our classroom management solution identifies which students have visited the most URLs during the class period, which may indicate a student who\u2019s off-task. 7. See individual student screens in real time. So your teacher gets a notification that one of his students has unusual browsing activity, but the teacher wants to know for sure. All your teacher needs to do is click on the student\u2019s name to see what\u2019s happening on the student device right this second. 8. View any student\u2019s browsing history. With our classroom management software, teachers can easily verify whether students are browsing on-task now as well as anytime during the class period. They simply click a student\u2019s name and select Browsing History to see the student\u2019s browsing activity for the entire class period. Teachers can also view every student\u2019s open tabs. 9. Record any student\u2019s device screen activity. If your teacher sees a student who\u2019s working particularly well \u2014 or getting particularly distracted \u2014 the teacher can record the student\u2019s device screen, capturing that activity to show parents or administration. 10. Find out which sites students visit most frequently. Maybe teachers need to get a sense of where students are spending most of their time online. Look under the Most Viewed column in the aggregate view or Currently Browsing in the left navigation, which shows running totals of how many students are on each domain. 11. Send instant messages to student device screens. Does a distracted student need a nudge to focus? His teacher can send a custom message or choose one from a list of predefined messages (e.g. \u201cAre you done?\u201d or \u201cNeed help?\u201d) right to that student\u2019s desktop. It will show up as a notification in the student\u2019s browser. 12. Send links to students. Make sure students can quickly follow along with instruction. Our classroom management lets teachers push links to their students \u2014 the whole class, a group, or just one student. 13. Lock student screens. Let\u2019s say your teacher wants his students\u2019 eyes upfront for a minute, or needs a distracted student to stop what she\u2019s doing immediately. With Lightspeed Classroom Management, teachers can lock any students\u2019 screens for as long as necessary. 14. Set zones to restrict student access to a specific website or websites. Teachers may want their students to browse a specific site or group of sites during class time. With our classroom management app, teachers can limit students to a web zone, ensuring no one browses web content outside what teachers want them to access. 15. Release students from zones when they\u2019re finished with their work. When students set their statuses to \u201cdone,\u201d they\u2019ll be released from any web zones their teachers have created. Then, they\u2019ll be free to browse the web or work on other assignments. Lightspeed Classroom Management is available for customers who license Lightspeed Filter and is available to license as a stand-alone product, too.