Virtual Learning and the Use of Projectors

Jan 11th, 2021

Virtual Learning and the Use of Projectors

Schools around our area are adapting to remote learning and figuring out which techniques work better than others. Interactive projectors are definitely on the top of many educators' lists as one of the most effective virtual learning tools available at this time.

Virtual learning and projectors: what you need to know

One of the most impactful features of these machines is the ability to use the projector screen in "one on one" environments. That means that each student will have access to the teacher's projector screen on their own devices, making it easier to follow along and absorb what is being taught in the lesson plan.

Typically, an interactive projector is able to accommodate up to 50 unique users, so teachers are able to reach and interact with an entire classroom, whether the learning is taking place in-person or virtually. And many projectors are created with education in mind - look for specialized software like Learning Suite Online, that will enhance the experience of both the teacher and the students.

Virtual learning is probably here to stay, and putting the most effective tools in-place now will help parents and educators create positive learning experiences for all students. Now is the time to learn more about virtual learning tools that can make online schools more effective and interactive.

Do you want to give a boost to your students' online learning experience? At GCOP, we work with local school districts, teachers, and parents to ensure that our area students are getting an effective educational experience, no matter how they are learning!