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2017: A Bright Year Ahead for Wireless Display

“I have been a teacher for a long time. I have gone from a classroom of 24 students to a classroom of 32 students in the past 10 years. The kids are more and more detached. No matter the lesson plan, no matter the multimedia I integrate, I struggle to gain and maintain their attention. Then we got ScreenBeam wireless display. . .”

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Preparing Students for the Workforce

The U.S. Bureau of Labor has projected employment in the IT sector as the largest and fastest growing in the U.S. Our students need a solid foundation in technology in order to succeed in the future workforce.

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Wireless Display in Modern Classrooms

Teachers find themselves tethered to the front of the room while they are teaching a lesson, because the computer they are using must be plugged in to a cable to a display or a projector. Wireless display solves for that.  Now, teachers can freely move around the classroom while presenting lessons. View this video to learn how.

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