Technology 

 

SMART Kapp Digital Whiteboard

 

The whiteboard that anyone can see, from anywhere

SMART kapp allows you to save and share notes as they unfold using a regular dry-erase marker. It’s a whiteboard, but everything written on it can be saved in a library in its app. You can also follow along in the app as other people write on the board.

Plus, you can bring all of the work you do on kapp into your SMART Notebook lessons. It’s available in 42” and 84” models.

  • SMART Kapp add-on for Notebook
  • Teacher-led learning
  • Small group collaboration
  • Multi-purpose spaces

SMART Board® MX series

 

Hubs of interactivity

Digital whiteboard. Chromium™ web browser. Easy screen sharing. SMART Board MX series has all the essentials educators need to bring the devices students love into any learning environment. Available in 65″, 75″ and 86″ sizes with 4K Ultra HD resolution, MX series is a great value for schools that need an interactive display on a tight budget.

SMART Board® 2000 series

 

The SMART Board 2000 series is designed for classrooms that need more than just a basic display.

Wireless screen-sharing and non-touch design make the 2000 series perfect for showing lessons and presentations from all sorts of devices4K Ultra HD resolution makes those same lessons and presentations look amazing. Available in a 75″ size.

Accessories

 

SMART Document Camera makes it easy to add hands-on excitement to SMART Notebook® lessons. With the camera, teachers transform images and videos of everyday objects, students’ work and all sorts of curiosities into interactive SMART Board® content. It’s a whole new way to bring abstract concepts to life.

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Classroom Furniture

 

An active learning environment has no room for passive furniture.

What’s so important about collaborative school furniture? Well, if a swim team tried to practice on wrestling mats it wouldn’t get very far because the environment is wrong for the learning process. Same thing with a collaborative learning classroom: because it’s student-centered learning – the polar opposite of traditional, information transfer learning – it needs furniture that supports it, starting with collaborative desks and collaborative seating.