Look and learn in the classroom

The blackboard jungle is no more. Schools today make use of a range of innovative teaching technologies, so it makes sense that classroom presentations keep up, writes Jason Walsh

22nd January, 2017
Daniel Rafferty, channel sales manager at Epson Ireland

Laptops and tablets have made their way into the daily schedules of hundreds of schools, but new teaching methods don’t mean that traditional classroom instruction has disappeared. Instead it has evolved, with blackboards and whiteboards replaced by new interactive technologies used by teachers.

Two types of interactive display dominate classrooms today: the flat panel screen, akin to an LCD or LED television, and projectors. Epson Ireland focuses on the latter, and says it...

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