Tampa Preparatory School in Tampa. FL., boasts a combination of sophisticated AV technology that is used to flip the classroom and spur collaboration. Five 42-inch NEC LCD displays are wall-mounted around classrooms. Four of the five displays feature touch screen overlays that allow students in the classroom to interact with SmartNote software that runs via an Apple MacBook computer. The teacher has a laptop and an iPad connected wirelessly to the fifth LCD display via Apple TV. All students in grades 6-12 have an iPad that allows them to interact with the displays and with the teacher, or vice versa. A Crestron control system automates the AV technology in the classroom.
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