Flipped classrooms that incorporate interactive content and multimodal lessons boost students’ engagement with the course material. When teachers can assess student proficiency in real time, they can deliver the right type of personalised instruction. However, schools joining the growing movement toward blended teaching and learning need the right tools to support their pedagogical vision.
Let’s explore some of the challenges smart projectors can solve for teachers, students and school administrators.
All of these transitions to visual learning can take away from valuable class time, detract from the material itself and get in the way of students’ focus.
Unfortunately, there aren’t convenient software programs available to connect these types of standalone devices. What IT administrators need is an all-in-one system with a user-friendly interface that can be easily managed over a local area network (LAN) or the cloud.
Whether you’re planning a new school building in your district or working to make your existing classrooms as smart as your students, consider smart wireless projectors for classroom use. This is by far the easiest way to facilitate wireless screen-sharing and desktop casting without requiring students and teachers to install a mobile app or software program.
Through the Account Management System, teachers can access and share their instructional materials anywhere, from any device — and IT staff can centrally manage all projectors on their LAN or cloud.