4 Tips Using Interactive Flat Panel to Bring More Fun to Your Smart Classroom
There is no doubt about it, interactive flat panels (IFPS) are becoming more and more popular for the smart classroom for smart educations. However, are you sure you have utilized every drop of potential for your beloved interactive flat panels? Hardware are basic tool after your installment, software and your approaching ways are the essential in smart education implement.
1 Give your own interactive flat panel display a nick name.
Students loved the nick name! If you give your own interactive flat panel display a good nick name, your students would remember it easily and love to touch. Our IN-Display interactive flat Elite panel support 20 points touch very well, with android 8.0 and windows 10 dual system, supporting anti-glare screen and built-in speakers. This is a superb product for new age multimedia classroom, so why not called it Mr. Superman for example?
2 Try to embrace the web-based cloud service
Now web-based cloud is so popular in every market, and there are plenty of web-based software to help you benefit from the cloud. For example, zoom is so popular now in the market for video conference. In our smart classroom, you can connect with other classroom by zoom software and share the classroom activities between the classroom. Why not use our 75 inch touch monitor with 4k LED and speakers, and try this new interesting remote classroom for free?
3 Play the video or teaching resource
Students love to see any video like animation, or online video from YOUTUBE. Wish our great IN-Display education software built in tons of teaching resource, you can open and play to students in classroom. Thanks for the vivid colors form this 4k screen and dual 15 watts speakers, the whole experience just like a Dolby cinema.
4 Let your students come to touch and use the panel
The great touch panel can only be loved at the very moment when the students come forward and touches. Our IN-Display support 20 points touch very accurate with quick response. Why not let your all students come and use all together?