09/21/2022 | News release | Distributed by Public on 09/21/2022 12:45
Interactive learning has moved from being an innovative strategy to a 'must do' to keep students engaged in the classroom. As technology has become more beneficial for instruction and student learning, teachers are at the forefront of why, how, and when to use ed tech effectively and efficiently. Interactive displayssupport connected and collaborative experiences for students, even if they're remote learning. With more features and applications available on displays, teachers are incorporating their use regularly and seeing student participation and active learning improving in their classrooms.
Research shows that a teacher who effectively implements educational technology such as interactive displays will see an increase in student engagement; this in turn leads to learning improvement. Benefitsof interactive displays include:
The availability of interactive displays has become easier with federal funding and grants awarded for a variety of programs and services including hybrid learning, professional development, and STEM integration. Training provided with the investment in interactive displays helps teachers with the basics of using the in-built software and features. As teachers become more comfortable with the displays, ideas for incorporating collaboration naturally emerge. Here are simple ideas to increase collaboration using an interactive display.
4 Ideas to Increase Collaboration Using an Interactive Display
To learn more about how to save and share notes on the MimioPro 4 interactive display, click to watch a video - Save and Share Your Notes.
If your students are remote learning or your class is in a hybrid learning environment, the MimioConnect platform is customizable and easy-to-use. To learn more about its newest features, click here.
For more benefits on screen mirroring on interactive learning, read Screen Mirroring to Innovate Teaching and Learning.
To read how one school district uses interactive displays for their science classrooms, read Cutting Edge Technology Sparks Engagement for Science Students.
Of course, there is so much more that can be done with an interactive displaysuch as watching videos, conducting meetings/interviews with guest speakers, playing learning games, collaborating with colleagues, etc. IT coordinators, subject matter experts, and educational consultants from outside the school or district can support learning advanced skills to boost what's already being done. It's exciting to think about what else can be done with interactive display technology with the goal of helping students genuinely enjoy their learning experiences!
If you've got an idea or two for using an interactive display that you'd like to share with like-minded educators, please comment below.
To read how educators have optimized their learning environments with interactive display technology, click here: Customer Stories and Case Studies.
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