In a recent study, 81% of K-12 professionals responded that classroom technology like interactive displays have increased collaboration among students. These devices enhance the classroom experience in new ways by encouraging real-time cooperation, allowing students to focus on lessons instead of note-taking, and offering remote field trips via videoconferencing.
Understanding the Role of Stolen Credentials in Data Breaches
Security practitioners and threat actors are constantly developing new techniques to gain advantages over the other. In recent years, security teams have stepped up their approaches to protecting their infrastructure by fortifying their network perimeter defenses, building up protections against advanced malware, upgrading vulnerable operating systems, automating the delivery of patches to stop exploits, and developing counter-measures to spot intruders. The threat actors looking to circumvent these measures are shifting their attention toward the next weakest link in the security chain – the user.
Display Size Matters: Selecting the Right Display Size for Classrooms
Imaging technology has dramatically affected the experience of K-12 teaching and classroom dynamics. From a time when the primary ways to relay information were verbal, via a blackboard or overhead projector, to the current array of computers, tablets, flat screens and projectors – deciding what to select can be complicated. Today there is a lot of focus on flat panels and projectors. However the big dilemma isn’t which technology to select, but how to support the right visual environments that help teachers teach and students learn. Whether the pedagogical style is sage on a stage, guide by the side, flipped classrooms, display-based or constructivist, getting everyone on the same page and keeping focus are key components in supporting student comprehension.