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To view Chromebook screens you need another program like Hapara or
GoGuardian.
Not sure if you are asking about "sharing a link via Google Classroom" or
"pushing a link via the Google Classroom extension" or something else in
the GAFE Admin console? Can you be more specific.

*Elizabeth McCarthy, MAT*
*Digital Learning SpecialistGoogle for Education Certified Trainer*
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On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 9:24 AM, Rochelle Garfinkel <
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> I'm hoping the group will save me some research by answering a few
> chromebook/google classroom questions.
>
> 1. Is it possible to see all student screens on licensed chromebooks
> through the management console alone, in google classroom or do you need an
> extra program like Hapara Teacher dashboard?
>
> 2. Using the share to classroom "push to students" option, on all the
> school-owned devices, the page I pushed out showed up immediately for all
> in the class. But, on the student-owned devices, it did not, even though
> they were logged into classroom. Is this typical, and is there a setting
> that will allow me to push out pages to students in class on their own
> devices?
>
> Thanks in advance, this is our third year with chromebooks, but first year
> with licenses and access to the management console.
>
> Rochelle Garfinkel, MLS
> Librarian & Educational Technologist
>
> *Marlboro School*
> *PO Box D*
> *2669 Rte 9*
> *Marlboro, VT 05344*
> *phone (802) 254-2668*
> *fax (802) 254-8768*
>
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