I was in a classroom last week where I had the privilege of watching the
difference that having an Ipad that could wireless send to the projector
seamlessly had on student engagement and learning.
They could actually see what the teacher was trying to demonstrate so
In this case there was another adult in the room who realized the kids were
trying to see what the teacher was demonstrating and quickly grabbed her
ipad and seamlessly sent it to the projector.
But I could easily see students  taking on the role also  if there was an
Ipad available for visible learning.  And with so many classrooms today
integrating flexible seating, the whole solution could be very mobile.
Ipad Stands come in in many form factors and can easily serve as a document

Added benefit would of course be having a mobile classroom device for
capturing evidence of learning for portfolios.  Seems like its such a
flexible multi-purpose solution.
Here is a 15 second video of the scenario  below in action

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On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 9:36 AM Trey Cates <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Friends,
> What is your standard for classroom AV when it comes to projectors,
> "Smart" boards (interactivity with content), speakers, document cameras,
> etc.? What is a must have for each classroom? What brands do you use? What
> vendor has excelled in delivery, installation, and service? Thanks in
> advance!
> Sincerely,
> Trey Cates
> Technology Coordinator
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> Central Vermont Supervisory Union
> 37 Cross Street, Unit 1
> Northfield, Vermont 05663
> Telephone: (802) 485-5467 (Technology Team Office), (802) 485-5812 (My
> Direct Line)
> Fax: (802) 485-3348

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