Interactive displays are LCD or LED screens, and though they look like big TVs, they are far more than that. They are touch and pen-enabled, meaning that you interact on them as you would a tablet. Multiple people can use them at once, on screens as large as 84" and beyond. You can also connect a computer (or bring other devices together) to share content, as well as work with your online curriculum.
There are many different makes and models of interactive displays that offer a broad range of features, functionality, sizes and learning experiences.The key difference between an interactive display and a regular TV display is right in the name: interactivity. It’s easy to gravitate toward standard TV displays because they’re readily available, likely more inexpensive and often from well-known consumer brands. But interactivity is powerful in the classroom and shouldn’t be ignored.
In an interactive display, teachers have a tool that supports whole class, small group and individual learning, and easy transitions between the three. It can be a place for teachers to present and guide learning, but also a place where students work together, interact with content and problem solve. Different learning types, different teaching styles...they all find a home on an interactive display.
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