Teaching in the time of COVID-19 is a daunting task for many. Traditionally, effective teaching time involved a classroom connecting with a teacher in close quarters. But restrictions have required schools to resort to special bubbles for teaching to continue.
Just because our children have to be taught in a more restricted way than we might like, the tools we use to educate them needn’t be rudimentary. If anything, they should be as state-of-the-art as possible, to inspire children in these strange times.
There are all kinds of new pieces of kit to add to your classroom’s AV system, to make lessons more interactive and engaging than ever before. Let’s explore how to make the most out of the latest gizmos today.
The new Google Jamboard is a digital 55-inch whiteboard that’s designed to make it easy for teams and group meetings to share their ideas. Built specifically to aid creative collaboration, this 4K touch-enabled device merges Google’s successful G Suite technology with the internet to take creative ses
Slash Gear reports that the company has filed a patent for an ‘interactive integrated display and processing device’ that uses projectors and sensors, not (expensive) touch screens.
Based in Kings Cross in London, the Football Heaven FanDome presented visitors with
Touchscreens have transformed the way we interact with technology and
Collaborative learning has long been used an aspirational term among education professionals. Everyone wants to help build a collaborative classroom, but what does this mean in practice and just why is it such a coveted buzzword?
The drive to create such an atmosphere stems from the demands students
Unveiled by Patently Mobile, the patent describes a new foldable device including built-in projector or hologram module to allow users to project their
A school in Brentwood has made clever use of projector technology in order to create a calm and stimulating space in which students can learn.
This month The Endeavour School opened its new sensory room to its pupils and invited them in to experience a new kind of learning.