Wireless display technology has the potential to solve IT challenges at your school, and to open up new and more engaging ways to teach and learn. But it’s important to test and evaluate the technology as rigorously as possible.
The best place to do this is in a teaching environment, where your school’s staff can put the technology through its paces. There you can compare solutions to each other and to your current set-up and assess features and functionality. And in the classroom, your teachers will experience first-hand how technology can enhance their approach to teaching and improve their students’ learning outcomes.
Since we know that every school has different technical requirements and educational objectives, this process is about discovering how screen mirroring technology meets the particular needs of your own school environment. Before you begin your evaluation, make sure you’re clear about: