Have you heard about Dell Classroom and are wondering what it is exactly? Well, Dell Classroom is software created as an interactive tool to help students and teachers interact with each other, a K-12 education solution. This tool is created to help teachers and students get more one-on-one time in order to get a better education and knowledge development in a way students can understand. It also allows for students to gain more technological skills by allowing them to use Dell Classroom in multiple devices.
The new Dell Classroom is actually designed based on Google Classroom. It incorporates the custom user interface, the chat feature for students and teachers to communicate, and the digital bulletin board to allow teachers to share classroom events. Not only is the software based on Google Classroom but it also integrates many of its features in the software, as well. It offers users private messaging so that students can feel free to ask any questions that may come to mind. They are also able to digitally raise their hands so that no student goes unnoticed, or unanswered.
Aside from there being multiple features created to directly benefit students, there are many incorporated to help teachers as well. With the new Dell Classroom, teachers are able to randomly group students together for class activities or projects; creating specific groups is also an option. The activity drawer feature is created to help teachers sort through and see which students require more assistance, which ultimately helps out the student. Another convenient feature for teachers is the group chat and polling/quiz feature, which benefits are pretty straightforward.