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Wireless Technology in the Classroom 101: Infographic

  
  
  

Wireless devices have changed everything, including the classroom. Mobile devices like e-readers, notebooks, netbooks, smartphones, and tablets like iPads in the classroom are having a tremendous impact on education. Using wireless learning tools can provide so many new ways to enhance education, extend new learning opportunities, and open up a whole new world of engagement, personalized learning, and collaboration. So, it is very easy to see why so many schools are implementing solutions like BYOD and 1:1 to incorporate them into classroom learning.

The statistics and surveys in this infographic below expose just how wireless technology in the classroom can benefit teachers and students in the classroom. It points out what students are saying as well as what the teachers think about all this new classroom technology.

Wireless technology in the classroom

 As you can see wireless technologies in the classroom have become very valuable learning tools and are becoming fundamental aspects to education these days.

If your school hasn’t already and wants to provide your students with this fantastic technology in the classroom through either BYOD or a 1:1 program, we are here to help answer and of your questions and help you get started.

The very first step to implementing these mobile devices is preparing your school wireless network. We have planned and deployed school wireless networks all over the country so we can help you prepare your school wireless network securely. If you are in need of some guidance you may contact us here. Good luck!

 

 

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