Chrome management solutions and monitoring tools that provide South Dakota schools with the visibility they need to deliver learning whether it’s remote, in-person or hybrid.
Technology designed to build digital citizenship rather than police–and keep learners safe until they have reached the appropriate level of responsibility
Messaging tool to send notes of encouragement or subtly redirect learners
A window into learners’ Chrome browsing activity
Web filtering powered by artificial intelligence
Manage YouTube for K-12
Focus learners’ attention and curate their Chrome browsing experience
Quickly share out links and get the class on the same page
Visibility into student Drive files for quick access to provide formative feedback
Block Google games
Teachers have discretion to unblock sites on an individual basis when they have instructional value
What makes Hāpara Highlights different from other Chromebook monitoring tools?
An ethically-managed approach to monitor Chromebook activity that increases teacher effectiveness, efficiency and helps students adopt digital citizenship.
Create a safe digital learning environment with tools that allow teachers to monitor learners’ open tabs during instructional hours.
Communication tools that help teachers to remind students what on-task behavior looks like; and guide those who need step-by-step support in positive ways.
Enable gradual release of digital responsibility from teacher to learner; so that learners can become independent, responsible digital media consumers.
The most cost-effective solution for K-12 school districts
The full Hāpara Instructional Suite is more affordable than most standalone edtech tools. Download our Buyer’s Guide to learn more.
A commitment to student privacy
Hāpara takes student privacy seriously, which is why we are committed to providing students with tools that create a safe learning environment. Hāpara is a signatory of the Student Privacy Pledge and complies with the Student Data Transparency and Security Act and Family Educational Rights and Policy Act (FERPA).