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ISTE 2017: Squirrels Can Mirror All Your Classroom Devices

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Mirrors is a song by Justin Timberlake. Squirrels was the high school nickname given to David Stanfill, the President and Founder of a device mirroring and edtech startup.

Squirrels is all about technology, their software, Air Parrot 2 can mirror any Mac, PC or Chromebok wirelessly.  Their other product, Reflector 2, can mirror tablets and smartphones. Either way, your content, from just about any device can be displayed on other devices, even smartphones or projectors.

Their other technology includes the feature rich Ditto, which allows screen sharing and Classhub, a software platform for student device management and teacher monitoring.

“Teachers no longer have to wonder how students are using their devices,” Squirrels Co-Founder, Andrew Gould said. “With ClassHub, they know. Educators can see which students are on track, excelling or struggling with tasks. ClassHub resolves common technology pitfalls such as time consuming app downloads across classroom devices, student distractions and restrictive cable-based screen-sharing.”

With all that technology, we were surprised to get a snail mail letter to our office inviting us to their booth. Not only that but we got this nice pretty picture of the Squirrels booth, and they even had this picture printed at Target or Walmart or whatever photo printing place is nearest their North Canton offices. It was kind of nice, actually.

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Squirrels has been innovating in the edtech space since 2008 and has the praise of some of our favorite edtech influencers like, Jennifer Williams.

You can see the latest from Squirrels at ISTE 2017 in San Antonio, June 25-28th at Booth #626 and online at airsquirrels.com

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