1.Virtual reality - More educators are turning to VR to provide immersive experiences for students and bring the curriculum to life. Whether it’s to allow students to learn a subject more deeply or to take them places they have never been before, VR presents an opportunity to engage students in a new way.
2. Next-generation projectors - The latest projectors are providing educational solutions that offer teachers greater flexibility, makingit easy for teachers to project data and class work and for students to share presentations and findings.
3.Portable keyboards - Learning to play piano just got easier and more versatile in classrooms nationwide, thanks to the latest in portable keyboards.
4.Online engagement - Whereas teachers once communicated with parents strictly through notes sent home in a child’s backpack and the annual parent-teacher conference, special custom online platforms now are offering schools and families a faster, more comprehensive way to connect and share such important information as field trip permission slips, school play details and more.
5.Math software - Free all-in-one web-based mathematics software is helping students take a deep dive into mathematics concepts. Equally usable with keyboard, mouse and touchscreen-based platforms, this is one educational aid that students can use both in the classroom, and on-the go.