ScreenBeam Easiest Way For Students and Teachers To Share Their Screens and Content
We’re all too familiar with the picture at the top of this article. It’s a fact of life that every student in today’s high school and middle school classrooms has a device of some kind, if not two or even three. Most students bring their laptop into class or have one issued, along with their tablet and maybe even their smartphone. Imagine if there was a way to get your students more engaged via their multitude of devices.
Using smartphones, tablets and even laptops in place of clickers is nothing new. At the end of the day, it’s not that exciting either.
Screen-sharing is nothing new, at least not in the past few years. However for the longest time screen sharing meant making sure that you had the right kind of cord, connector and adapter and that the projector or smart screen you were using had the right kind of software. It was kind of a pain in the ass.
ScreenBeam offers a whole new way to approach screen sharing, wirelessly and from anyone’s device in a matter of seconds.
At it’s core ScreenBeam is a screen sharing technology company but for the moment let’s put that aside. Screen sharing in today’s classrooms can actually improve engagement, by a lot. Add to that new technology in the latest round of Android and Apple products and all of the sudden screen sharing take on a whole new value to today’s teachers.
Suppose you’re teaching a class of 25+ students. Maybe there’s a graph half the class has a question about. Forget hand raising, with the students own smartphone or tablet and the use of ScreenBeam students can now show the class and the teacher what questions they have, or what answers they can give.
Did your students just finish up a really big audio visual project or presentation. No need to comb through files on your hard drive, just ask the student to call up their presentation on their device and voila, instant sharing with the class.
ScreenBeam is all about convenience and increasing participation and engagement with:
- Wireless Display
- Touch Display
- Miracast Technology
- Multi Platform Support
- Free Central Management
See what real engagement looks like when you get rid of the cumbersome cords that often accompany other screen sharing and display products with ScreenBeam. You can find them at ISTE 2018 in Chicago, June 24-28th, booth #762 and online at screenbeam.com
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