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The Eyes On Me feature is only available for [[Classroom|myViewBoard Classroom]].
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When enabled, Eyes On Me places a text overlay over the canvas which prevents the student from interacting with the canvas. This aims to direct the student's attention back to the teacher.
 
When enabled, Eyes On Me places a text overlay over the canvas which prevents the student from interacting with the canvas. This aims to direct the student's attention back to the teacher.
  
The Eyes On Me feature is only available for [[Classroom|myViewBoard Classroom]].
 
  
  
 
==Behavior==
 
==Behavior==
 
The Classsroom host must be signed in to a myViewBoard account to use this feature.
 
  
 
As a prerequisite, the host must perform the following:
 
As a prerequisite, the host must perform the following:
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<li>The host/teacher clicks the Eyes On Me icon on the Floating toolbar.
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<li>Click the Gear [[File:I-gear-.svg|25px|link=]] to check the Settings --> General.
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<li>Enter the text in <code>Eyes on Me Message</code> field.
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<br> e.g. ''Attention please!'', ''Homework'', etc.
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<li>Click the Eyes On Me icon [[File:Classroom icon eye off.png|25px|link=]] on the bottom right corner panel near Student Dashboard icon.
  
  
 
<div class="TAB" style="max-width:700px;">
 
<div class="TAB" style="max-width:700px;">
 
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|c1={{IconBox|[[File:EyesOnMeIcon.png|link=]]|50px}}  
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|c1={{IconBox|[[File:Classroom icon eye off.png|link=]]|50px}}  
 
|c2=Eyes On Me <br/>Displays text over the students screen to temporarily prevent interaction.
 
|c2=Eyes On Me <br/>Displays text over the students screen to temporarily prevent interaction.
 
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EyesOnMe.png|''When enabled, Eyes On Me places a text overlay over the canvas which prevents the student from interacting with the canvas.''
 
EyesOnMe.png|''When enabled, Eyes On Me places a text overlay over the canvas which prevents the student from interacting with the canvas.''
 
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<li>To change the text, click the gear icon on the top right and specify a new message.
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<li> When messages are displayed on the student screens, a flashing red frame is active on the teacher canvas confirming the active state of the feature. Click on [[file:Classroom icon eye off.png|25px|link=]] icon again will turn off the message broadcast.
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<li>The teacher can change the message text repeatedly during the session to provide additional visual information to students. <br>To change the text, click the gear icon on the top right and specify a new message.
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Revision as of 17:45, 22 March 2021

The Eyes On Me feature is only available for myViewBoard Classroom.

When enabled, Eyes On Me places a text overlay over the canvas which prevents the student from interacting with the canvas. This aims to direct the student's attention back to the teacher.


Behavior

As a prerequisite, the host must perform the following:

  1. Sign in to myViewBoard.com.
  2. Click Classroom tile to start the session.
  3. Invite students to the Classroom session.

Usage

  1. Click the Gear I-gear-.svg to check the Settings --> General.
  2. Enter the text in Eyes on Me Message field.
    e.g. Attention please!, Homework, etc.
  3. Click the Eyes On Me icon Classroom icon eye off.png on the bottom right corner panel near Student Dashboard icon.
    Classroom icon eye off.png
    Eyes On Me
    Displays text over the students screen to temporarily prevent interaction.

  4. Students who have joined the Classroom session will see the following on their screens:
  5. When messages are displayed on the student screens, a flashing red frame is active on the teacher canvas confirming the active state of the feature. Click on Classroom icon eye off.png icon again will turn off the message broadcast.
  6. The teacher can change the message text repeatedly during the session to provide additional visual information to students.
    To change the text, click the gear icon on the top right and specify a new message.