Top 28 Technology Products for K-12 Classrooms
A round up of interactive white boards, document cameras, tablets, learning management systems and other edtech tools.
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Today’s learning environments are interactive and collaborative. Many different types of technology like projectors, interactive white boards, learning management systems and mobile devices, fuel K-12 classrooms while engaging students. Each piece of technology has a part to play in shaping 21st century learning. With the number of educational products out there, choosing the right technology for your school can be difficult. This article will make the process a little easier for you.
I’ve rounded up 28 of the best educational technology products out there. Some of the items on this list like the Smart board or the Epson BrightLink interactive projector are things teachers will use with their lessons everyday. Other products like the Cisco Digital Media Suite or AMX ResQ enhance classroom and campus communication while helping to create safer learning environments.
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This list also includes tablets, document cameras and lecture capture tools, all popular technologies in the education market right now. So, if you’re thinking of making a technology purchase for the new year check out this list for some ideas. These products are some of the best edtech solutions on the market.
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