IJKOA Interactive screens in Education

INTERACTIVE COURSES AND EXERCICES

INTERACTIVE COURSES AND EXERCICES

Add extra attractiveness to each lesson by displaying documents, images, and videos. Display contents side-by-side, or a student's laptop at full width during a presentation.

TOUCH BOARD

TOUCH BOARD

Annotate your documents live, zoom in on a detail with your fingertips, highlight important information... Involve students easily, arouse their curiosity and keep their attention.

WORK IN GROUP

WORK IN GROUP

Thanks to its multitouch technology, ten people can write and draw at the same time on IJKOA screens. Give full rein to the flood of creativity and to the great moments of concentration as well...

School and university students first develop a relationship with digital technology through the variety of media (smart devices, mobile phones, tablets, computers, etc.) that they use in their spare time. These tools not only enable them to learn and improve their knowledge, but are fun, too. Whilst digital technology is an inevitable part of everyone's daily life outside the classroom, it also appears to be a legitimate, inclusive and future-proof tool in education. We can therefore start to visualise now what education will look like in the future, and how we can begin shaping it today thanks to the ever-growing uptake of giant interactive screens. A dynamic and recreational tool that helps to strengthen students’ relationship with school or university, giant interactive whiteboards are the perfect tool to make the digital transition in education, all the while cementing ties between students and knowledge. Our IJKOA whiteboards feature touchscreen and interactive technology that incorporates file annotation and sharing software and is perfectly suited to meet today's education needs. The IJKOA interactive whiteboard is not a tool for the professor giving the lecture, but rather a tool for the whole classroom to enjoy. By encouraging interaction and initiative during the lesson, the IJKOA whiteboard aids learning and helps lecturers and teachers to get students involved. This tool provides a means of exploring each and every student’s capabilities and injects enthusiasm into the whole class as they can share files and put together documents, photos and videos. This learning tool therefore offers a new way of coping with the pressures of school, given that it is based on what students are already familiar with and use in their free time : digital technology.