A range of digital mediums
Still using paper worksheets in your classrooms? It’s time to make a change!
Using interactive projectors can increase student engagement by allowing them to collectively participate in presentations, games, video content and other group activities all in one session. The different elements of a lesson can be prepared in advance and accessed by simply plugging in a USB directly into the EduPort
Interactive presentations keep children engaged
- Allow students’ questions to lead topic exploration. Discussing a city? Bring it up on Google Earth
- Use the Screen Freeze feature to revise presentations in real-time without the audience knowing
- Discover a gap in your students’ knowledge? Take a moment to research it online as a group
Build games into your lessons
Reward good behavior with a quick on-screen maths game at the end of the lesson, or use quizzes to test English or foreign language skills.
Interactive projectors are perfect for this: switching between tasks is as simple as switching between tabs on your browser or opening up a slideshow. Do away with work-sheets: you can now engage students with presentations, interactive games, video content and group activities all in one session. Each element of your lesson can be pre-planned on a laptop, and for simple presentations, you can just insert your USB drive directly into the EduPort
No more copying notes from the class topper
Note taking is tough. There is always the challenge of what is useful and what is not. In addition to showing presentations and information via an interactive projector, “File Sharing” makes it possible to share notes digitally at the end of the lesson — and when students know you’ve got the broader note-taking covered, they can focus more on listening, and only writing down things that are specifically useful to them.
Better for the environment
Studying and referencing from digital content will encourage teachers as well as students to go paper-free and use electronic devices such as their laptops, tablets and even smartphones. This naturally will help the environment by reducing the carbon footprint of classrooms and institutions.