With Interactive Flat Panel Technology, You'll Have It Made in the Classroom
The field of education sometimes takes a while to adopt new technologies. Between the needs of individual students and the ever-changing regulations imposed by the administration, teachers’ attention tends to be pulled in many different directions at once. It can be comforting under such circumstances to stick with tried-and-true methods of handling the classroom, to give yourself have one less thing to worry about. Plus, introducing a new device often means having to sort through a complex array of cords and setup menus — assuming you've gotten the school board to approve the expenditure in the first place.