More and more schools are ditching the traditional whiteboard in exchange for some kind of interactive display at the front of the classroom. There are a handful of choices at different price points. Smart’s smart board is one of the solutions finding it’s way into the classroom now, but is it the most interactive?
ClearTouch makes a multipoint touch display that allows for up to 20 touch points. This gives educators a tool that allows for even further collaboration than ever thought possible. Also, ClearTouch lasts a lot longer without the use of any kind of bulbs. But that’s not all.
As Ed T from Ed on Ed Tech explained to our nine year old reporter, ClearTouch is the only display that can be positioned as an upright traditional display, an easel and even a table top for instant collaboration amongst students gathered around the table. This table top option allows for learning, playing games and much more.
When you couple ClearTouch with Nuiteq’s Snowflake multi-touch software teachers can create amazing lessons that utilize the full potential of ClearTouch’s multi-touch display. One of the neatest features is the ability to divide the display into multiple displays it’s like having 10 displays in one. Gathered around the table top students can have their own workspace and then bring it back together as one. It’s like taking mcSquares digital.
The ClearTouch runs both Windows 10 and Android which puts tens of thousands of software options at the finger tips of the user. Of course ClearTouch can also be used in the conference room or the board room just as easily as it can be used in the classroom. ClearTouch has incorporated technology that makes it a breeze to switch between devices. This makes multiple student presentations a breeze.
Check out Tatum’s interview with Ed From Ed On Tech, about ClearTouch and Nuiteq here: