Samsung and Boxlight Corporation, the two of the leading providers of interactive technology solutions are participating in a panel discussion to focus on the hybrid learning solution in the US.
Moving on this, Samsung is focusing on Hybrid Learning Solution at the annual meeting of the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE). This aimed to find the right technology that not only works with existing infrastructure but is also easy for educators to learn and use on a daily basis.
Hybrid learning is an adaptable and flexible approach that provides teachers with attractive and multifunction display equipment for their classroom.
The comprehensive solution developed by Samsung and Boxlight helps to connect the gap between personal and online learning through interactive displays and educational software platforms.
“The education environment is changing rapidly and the demand for digital solutions is at an all-time high as districts across the country address teaching during a global pandemic,” says Chris Mertens, Vice President of US Sales, Displays, Samsung Electronics America.
Interactive tools for teaching
Samsung’s new 85-inch interactive display visually commands the study area with its wall-mounted canvas and 4K UHD resolution. Built for engagement and collaborative learning, the wide display offers built-in easy description and screen mirroring. It can even handle up to 20 touch points when a group of students finds it difficult to work.
Onboard and embedded computer displays are included to perform most teaching and interactive tasks.
Boxlight’s Blended Learning Platform MimoConnect combines innovative teaching and learning tools to create an active learning environment that creates continuous and uninterrupted learning experiences from anywhere, working seamlessly on Samsung school-centric demonstrations.
In blended learning environments, MimioConnect enables:
- Real-time collaboration between teachers and students on the same document, regardless of location.
- Assignments that can be pushed to students in the classroom or at home with a single click.
- Videoconferencing for face-to-face discussions – building stronger relationships in hybrid classes.
- Engaging learning using tools like polling and interactive questions.
- Analytics on student understanding, using assignment data including overall scores and time spent on tasks.
- Supplement current instruction with lessons developed with critical learning objectives as a foundation.