Classroom Management

In the digital age, teachers must be able to easily integrate their classroom technologies — such as projectors, computers powered by Intel and even security systems — into their everyday teaching practices while keeping distractions to a minimum.

Dell classroom management solutions are a key component in the digital classroom. Working with Dell, your district school teachers can maximize their teaching time, personalize learning and keep students focused on lessons. Dell solutions include:
  • A/V control systems give teachers the ability to manage control of all audio and visual devices in a classroom from one place. These systems combine in-room control with LAN-based asset management environments. Options include simple button panels or complex programmable models tying into lights and security.
  • Dell printers enable teachers to manage classroom documents quickly and easily. They make printing, copying, faxing, scanning and digitally managing documents fast, efficient and powerful. Select multifunction printers even generate, scan and automatically grade tests. 
  • Mobile computing carts allow teachers to dock and lock computers for storage, recharging and room-to-room portability. Network connectivity allows teachers to configure all classroom computers for a specific curriculum or IT to perform updates.
  • Classroom management software gives instructors control of classroom technology at all times, even in a one-to-one environment. Feature-rich software allows teachers to easily monitor student activity to ensure they are staying on task.
Dell works with you to make sure you've got the right solutions to empower learning in your classroom. Contact us now to get started.

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