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AirWatch Teacher Tools simplifies tablet management for educators and enhances learning experience for students

Scott Solomon

Tablets alone are not responsible for the transformation they have inspired in education. Sure, they are what make the change possible, but it’s the teachers at the head of the class that are driving the next-generation classroom.

Simply handing a student a tablet with no direction serves as more a distraction than a tool for learning. But if a teacher has the tools to help guide students to use their devices appropriately, the benefits can be monumental. For example, kindergarten students at East Auburn Community School that used iPads in class scored higher in every literacy test than students without iPads, according to a study conducted in Auburn, Maine.

AirWatch has created a solution that directly addresses classroom management. AirWatch Teacher Tools is designed specifically to help teachers and students get the most out of their tablets. The solution gives educators simple management controls so they can help keep their students focused and on task and troubleshoot without contacting IT.

Preston Winn, Director of Business Development for Education at AirWatch, discusses the features and benefits of AirWatch Teacher Tools in the video below.

Contact the AirWatch education team to learn more at education@air-watch.com or (877)-367-1855. Also, be sure to download our latest education whitepaper: Transforming the Classroom Experience: K12 Education Mobility Management Best Practices Whitepaper.

Scott Solomon

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Scott Solomon is an Atlanta native and University of Georgia graduate who has spent the past six years studying technology, though his passion for the subject has been lifelong.

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