Mark your calendars to join our Quarter 2 PartnerConnect virtual call on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. The event will begin at 1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT.
As was announced at our Partner call in February, we are excited to launch our Boxlight Bling Spiff Program. Boxlight wants to show how much we appreciate the hard work of our partners with a little bling. Sign up for a prepaid Mastercard® and get started earning rewards! Create your account here: channels.boxlight.com/box-bling.
Mark your calendars to join our Quarter 1 PartnerConnect virtual call on Thursday, February 24, 2022. The event will begin at 1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT.
Chromebooks have made an incredible impact on the educational landscape in the past decade, starting with pilot programs in 2010, that showed educators how user friendly, dynamic, and secure these devices can be. In the last two years, Chromebooks have been especially critical when teaching and learning has had to shift between in-class to remote, and in quite a few cases, hybrid environments. Why have Chromebooks become a favorite for schools and classrooms across the country?
We are excited to announce that in partnership with Samsung Education, we are now offering the Chromebook Class Collection solution. The Chromebook Class Collection includes:
On August 24, 2021, Boxlight held its Quarter 2 U.S. Partner virtual call. Among the items discussed were:
We are proud and excited to announce that we won Primary (K-6) and Secondary (6-12) 2021 Best Tools for Back to School from Tech & Learning for FOUR of our education solutions!
A few headlines from a recent internet search on K-12 relief funding in schools include “What Congressional Covid Funding Means for K-12 Schools,” “States Scramble to Disburse K-12 Relief Funds Ahead of Deadline,” and “States are Waffling Over Billions in K-12 Federal Relief. Schools Are Getting Antsy.” Clearly, educators want clear-cut information on funding including how much, ways to use it, and when to expect it.
Boxlight recently welcomed Aleasha Stevens to the company where she will serve as Education Consultant and lead the development and delivery of the company’s virtual learning center. In this role, she will use best practices to facilitate demonstrations on Boxlight education technology solutions including interactive displays, MimioStudio lesson creation and presentation software, and the MimioConnect blended learning platform. Stevens is driven by a passion to advocate for the needs of all learners, particularly those who have not been empowered to do so for themselves. This has led her to dedicate her life to advocating for the needs of children as a classroom teacher, literacy program director, VP of Education Services, and an education technology consultant.
Bob Wallace, a now retired high school biology teacher in Crawfordville, Florida, was resolute in his goal that his students graduate with a full range of academic skill sets and technical knowledge that would prepare them for a successful future. In his over 30 years of teaching, he found that textbooks alone could rarely explain important concepts that kept his students engaged and employed a variety of strategies to explain difficult science concepts to his students. He was consistently on the lookout for options that would keep his students engaged. He stated, “Over the years, I’ve used a lot of different things. I have done drawings on boards, still magnets, and I’ve used beads – the beads go bouncing all over the place and you end up losing all of them.”