Great things can happen when technology and education are combined
A plethora of innovations was revealed at this year’s BETT and ISE conferences and it is clear from the products unveiled that education technology is continuing to flourish.
In fact, this year’s ISE event saw ‘edtech’ (yup that’s the lingo) gain a category of its own, allowing manufacturers to host dedicated stands. As the sector expands, we’ve taken a closer look at some of the trends that emerged from BETT and ISE to highlight what to look out for in 2017.
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The days of overhead projectors being used in schools are fading fast. More and more educational institutes are transitioning to more modern technologies, such as LCD projectors.
Gone, too, are the days of blackboards being filled up with quotations, maths equations and science diagrams. Digital projectors are now paving the way seamlessly for teachers to concentrate on teaching and for learners to effortlessly learn without the need to erase or have messy white chalk marks.