Wireless presentation tools are loved in business settings for making meetings faster and more informative. In education, though, they’re truly transformative, moving teachers away from the whiteboard and giving[…]
Today's classrooms use a variety of advanced technology to engage their students and boost their academic performance while making teaching more fun and interactive. The introduction of interactive displays and smartboards represent digital technology that can increase the potential of every lesson[…]
As educators prepare for back-to-school this fall, safety and communication are top of mind. Schools need to be able to quickly share important messages with all of their students and staff. This is exactly what they can do with Airtame and Rise Vision's partnership, which unifies displays across[…]
95% of teachers are using Digital Technology Tools to improve the classroom experience. There is an ongoing debate regarding the benefit for both students and teachers. Let's take a look at digital classroom tools to help you decide for yourself.
National Safety Month has been with us since 1996, when the National Safety Council (NSC) selected June as the right time to work on reducing the number of avoidable accidents Americans had on roads, at home and at work.
With 95 percent of teachers using technology in the classroom, digital teaching methods are becoming increasingly popular. Gone are the days of chalkboards, worksheet assignments, and rote learning. Advocates say new technologies provide a wealth of benefits to student learning; critics say they[…]