Peters Township School District Establishes Interactive Learning with a Solution Featuring Sharp AQUOS BOARD® Interactive Displays

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Peters Township School District in McMurray, PA was looking to improve the quality of education for the district’s 4,400 students by updating the learning technology used in classrooms throughout the district.

At the time, Peters Township had a mix of white boards and projectors unevenly distributed throughout the five district schools. Adam Swinchock, Director of Educational & Informational Technology, felt that more enhanced learning could be achieved by revamping the classroom technology.

“Despite having smartboards and projectors scattered throughout the district, these technologies didn’t support collaborative learning between teachers and students, or even between students and students,” says Swinchock.  “We needed a solution that would move away from passive learning and make the students more engaged.  The technology was a predominant element in creating this change.”


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