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  • How many computers does Teach support?
    One of the strengths of the Teach software lies in its scalability. The software employs intelligent network technologies to result in the least amount of load on your network. It is currently being used in lectures with 200 computers at one time with the same unparalleled performance and almost no additional load on the network.
  • Do I need any additional hardware to use Teach?
    Once you have selected the student computer(s), right click on any of the selected computer icons. A menu that appears would display all the functions available.
  • Can I apply a function to just a select group of students?
    All the functions, such as Screen Broadcast, Video Broadcast, System Shutdown, Internet Lock and the various other features can be applied to a single student, a select number of students or the entire class.

    To select a group of students, first click on one computer in the Classroom Layout, press and hold the Ctrl key while clicking the next computer. Continue doing this until you have selected all the computers that you want.
  • Besides using the horizontal toolbar, is there another way to access the various functions in Teach?
    Once you have selected the student computer icon(s), right-click on any of the selected icons. A menu that appears would display all the functions available.
  • What happens if a student restarts his computer during a demo session?
    When he turns on his computer, it would return to its previous state. For example, if you are doing a Screen Broadcast, the student computer would continue displaying the broadcast. If the computer had been placed under System Lock, it would still be locked when the computer restarts.

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  • Can I observe more than one student at a time?
    When you use the Observe feature to view student desktops, you can view multiple student desktops at a time. Each desktop can be zoomed in to full screen mode for a better view.

    In addition, the Cycle Scan function automatically refreshes the current selected student desktop (in full screen mode) to the next student desktop at a pre-set time interval.



  • How can I ensure that students are not playing games or surfing the Internet during my lesson?
    There are several features within the Teach software that allows you to closely monitor student activity. Application Lock prevents students from launching any application other than those that you specifiy. Internet Lock blocks students' access to the Internet so that they cannot surf websites or chat over the Internet.

    You can also use the Observe feature to view student desktops.
  • Can I set a time limit for System Lock?
    When a student computer is placed under System Lock, his mouse and keyboard are both be disabled. His screen shows up as black with a pre-defined message from the teacher.

    System Lock can be used as an announcement broadcaster. You can define and broadcast a message to all student computers for a preset time interval. During this time, students' keyboards and mice are locked, bringing their attention to your announcement displayed on their screens. System Lock is automatically turned off when the time limit is reached.

    It is also applicable when students go for a recess. You can turn on System Lock for the duration of the recess. When students return from their break, their computers become active again.
  • What if my students are all using different Internet browsers? Would Internet Lock still work?
    Internet Lock works across all browsers, as well as Internet-dependent applications such as instant messengers, email clients and FTP clients.
  • Can I still allow certain useful websites when Internet Lock is turned on?
    With whitelist enabled, even with Internet Lock turned on you can still specify certain websites in the allowed list. This also applies to Application Lock and Device Lock.


  • How can I assist my students?
    During the course of a lesson students can seek to gain your attention by sending Help Requests. A student can request for help by right clicking on the Junglebyte Teach icon at the taskbar and selecting the Help Request menu item. Alternatively, the student may press Ctrl + F1 to display the Help Request window, where a message can be entered and sent to the teacher.

    When a Help Request message is received, it is immediately shown in the Help Requests panel on your screen, and the respective student's graphics symbol within the Classroom Layout is changed to reflect that student is seeking your attention.

    To respond to the Help Request, double-click on the student's message and this will initiate a one-to-one chat conversation with the respective student.
  • Are students able to chat with one another?
    Using the Chat Forum feature, students can chat with the teacher and amongst one another. Each Chat Forum supports multiple users and can only be initiated by the teacher. To allow teachers to supervise all chat interactions, they are automatically made members of all Chat Forums. Students cannot initiate a Chat Forum.



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