The Splashtop Classroom Assist Windows 10 app will help teachers connect to students

Splashtop has released its Classroom Assist app for Windows 10 PCs and tablets. It is designed for teachers to stream a Windows 10 screen to their students, even if they are using Windows, Mac, or Chromebook.

In a press release, Splashtop says:

Splashtop Classroom Assist turns any Windows 10 tablets or convertible notebooks into mobile interactive whiteboards. Teachers can freely move around the room with full control of the content without being tied to the front of the classroom as in the case of traditional interactive whiteboards. Furthermore, teachers can instantly share the Windows 10 device screen to all student devices wirelessly. Windows 10 features supported include Cortana, empowering teachers to use voice commands to control the session and various annotation features.

While the Splashtop Classroom Assist app is free to download, the Splashtop Classroom service is subscription based, with prices beginning at $29.99 per year.

Download Splashtop Classroom Assist from the Windows Store

John Callaham