New Articles

  1. Starting, Extending and Ending a Class

    This article shows you how to start, extend, and end classes in Classwize, and troubleshoot issues with class durations.
  2. Using Classwize Chat

    Classwize Chat allows teachers to communicate with students in real-time during an active class. Students can only chat with their teacher during an active class and can’t chat with other students.
  3. Using Classwize Live View

    Live View is a feature that allows teachers to see, in real-time, what students in their class are looking at.
  4. Logging Into a Captive Portal

    This article describes how a captive portal works, how to log in, and how to troubleshoot any potential issues.
  5. Inviting students to your class with a code

    This article explains how to generate a code that lets students join a class.
  6. Monitor Only Mode Classrooms

    Monitor Only Mode Classes are a special, optional class type of Local classroom that allows teachers to see student activity without interacting with the class using Class Tools or Rules.
  7. Closing Tabs

    Close tab is an optional Classwize feature that lets you immediately close any Chrome tab that a student has open, including tabs that they have open but aren't currently looking at.
  8. Scheduling Classes

    Scheduling is useful when you're teaching the same class multiple times per week, or are teaching a lot of different classes that start and end at a specific time.
  9. Ending or Extending Classwize Sessions

    This article explains how to end or extend unscheduled classes using use the Edit Classwize Session feature.
  10. How Classwize Rules Work

    A comprehensive overview of how Classwize's filtering rules work and what happens when you combine different rules like block, allow, focus and pause.