Projectors are an essential part of today’s classrooms and teachers are using them to improve the learning experience of their students. Images that are faded, dark, or blurred create challenges for the students, especially those that may already be struggling with their vision.
Teachers are relying more heavily on classroom projectors at all grade levels, but especially high school. Schools, and more often School Districts are usually in the market to find the biggest bang for their buck. With budgets always tight, it often comes down to how many more classrooms can we equip, if we go with a classroom projector with less features.
Interactive projectors can be the solution – a cost effective way to adopt technology that also allows for a collaborative classroom environment where both teacher and students can interact and contribute to the lesson, making learning a more active, and productive experience.