As schools gear up for the 2023-24 school year, educators are on the lookout for the best tools and solutions to enhance teaching and learning in various environments. Tech & Learning's Awards of Excellence Best Tools for Back to School has emerged as a valuable guide to help educators discover products that support their work. This awards program encompasses a wide range of eligible products, including hardware, software, curriculum materials, and more, all conveniently categorized by grade levels to facilitate the search for suitable solutions.
We're thrilled to announce that our solutions have earned five ISTE Live Best of Show Awards by Tech & Learning. Our winners are MimioWall, Mimio DS, IMPACT Lux, CleverLive, and LYNX Whiteboard. This recognition exemplifies our dedication to providing outstanding educational technology that empowers educators and enriches student learning experiences.
The CleverShare App (available on MimioPro 4 and some Clevertouch© interactive displays) has become a teacher favorite for optimizing class collaboration and supporting students who learn remotely. To continue providing our users enhanced capabilities, the CleverShare App has recently released an OTA update.
The Boxlight family has 10 reasons to celebrate early in the year – we won 10 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence. Five of our solutions earned Best of 2022 in both Primary and Secondary categories – Attention! campus communication solution, MimioPro 4 interactive display, CleverLive cloud content management platform, Robo 3D printer, and EOS Education Professional Development services.
Topics: Education Technology, awards, teacher professional development, Robo3D, MimioSTEM, Clevertouch, FrontRow, MimioPro 4, CleverLive, Attention!, campus communication, EOS Education, campus safety
The theme of this year’sTCEA Convention and Exposition is “Passionate Educators. Limitless Possibilities.” The TCEA Convention is a yearly event devoted to connecting educators who have different roles, responsibilities, expertise, and skills for a dynamic learning experience spread across four days, January 30 – February 2, 2023, in San Antonio, Texas. Educators can choose from over 700 sessions on a variety of topics including STEAM, project-based learning, school safety, digital citizenship, and more.
Boxlight has earned a total of five awards in this year’s THE Journal and Campus Technology awards - four New Product Awards and one Campus Technologyaward!
Coleg Cambria, one of the largest colleges in the U.K., has been on a 5-year journey with Clevertouch interactive technology. The first Clevertouch interactive displays were installed in 2016, replacing several existing technologies that included Philips interactive panels and Smartboards. Coleg Cambria opted for displays from Clevertouch Technologies because of their value and rich features that come as standard.
Birkbeck-University of London (London, U.K.), one of the world’s leading research universities, aims to “maintain and develop excellence in research and provide the highest quality research training.” In its mission to provide instructors and students with a more engaging teaching and learning environment, the Learning Space Technology Department began a search for an innovative technology solution. “It was a challenge finding a suitable alternative for our historical lamp- and laser-based projection whilst also offering a more engaging and interactive experience for users,” states Alex Horsburgh, Learning Space Technology Manager.
Cardiff Metropolitan University (Cardiff, Wales, U.K.) is “committed to ensuring that every student fulfills their potential to make outstanding graduate-level contributions to their own and future generations.” To support modern learning and teaching, the university decided to equip their teaching spaces with interactive technology to ensure instructors and students had what they needed to stay actively engaged. Until this time, their audio-visual technology included a standard 4:3 projected image onto a screen that was lowered from the ceiling and connected to a tutor PC in the room. This outdated form of tech produced low-quality images that did not have the innovative feel of an interactive learning environment.