See the tech Tampa Preps uses for it’s flipped classrooms. A/V technology helps facilitate collaboration, which is especially important in schools that employ the flipped learning approach. Class time is spent working together and sharing ideas while traditional “classwork” is completed independently at home.
See the William Jewel Pryor Learning Commons, a 21st century library that promotes interactive and collaborative learning through cutting-edge A/V. Videoconferencing rooms, interactive displays, wireless technology and social media allow students to work together on multimedia projects. The library design also accommodates BYOD.
The Eloy School District Located in rural Arizona has deployed Samsung School, an integrated classroom technology solution, through a federal School Improvement Grant. The district has reported greater levels of student engagement and higher attendance rates.
Pansonic announces the new Panaboard UB-T880 Series of Interactive whiteboards with an embedded PC. Models are either 87 inches or 77 inches and include HD audio capabilities, HDMI and Ethernet outputs, Wi-Fi and Microsoft Windows 7.