If you went to school in the 90s, 80s, or before then, you’ll remember the chalkboards that once filled the hallways of our schools. You’ll also remember making the “nails on a chalkboard” sound when a piece of chalk was used the wrong way. Then there were the overhead projectors. Who didn’t love the thrill of being allowed to write on the transparency with a dry-erase marker and seeing the results projected on the wall?
Good thing for us, classroom lessons have evolved quite a bit since then thanks to game-changing technology. Students born into the digital age are now learning more efficiently by adapting to a technologically forward learning experience. Interactive whiteboards invite students to actively engage with lessons and teachers aren’t limited in what they can present and how they collaborate with their students.
How can an interactive whiteboard enhance my classroom?
SOURCE Sharp AV