Interactive Solutions

 

A leading edge of Education. Around the world, interactive whiteboards are transforming classrooms into alive, welcoming environments where students are granted the freedom to learn like they think. And that’s a beautiful thing.

Interactive tools / boards enable anything that can be seen or done on a computer screen to be projected onto a whiteboard or even a wall. Sounds simple enough, but seeing it (and your students) in action is nothing short of magical. Hide, reveal, spotlight or highlight text and images to stimulate discussion. Encourage active participation through measuring tools, such as interactive rulers or protractors. Connect their senses with sounds, colors and videos that make your lessons click. Record everything, share / save for the next class. See them smile when they ‘understand’. And experience teaching in a classroom where students look forward to the next day.

Interactive Tools vs. Boards:

The technology is more or less similar except that the tools are portable devices which can be fixed to any white surface and the boards are embedded with the interactive technology and sometimes with more features.
While the Interactive boards price ranges from 1 lakh to 3 lakh rupees, the Interactive tools price ranges from 40,000 – 50,000 rupees (approx) in India as on date.

Due to affordability, portability & security reasons, Visionaire recommends interactive tools to normal institutes and interactive boards to international / corporate schools. Also due to partner agreements, Visionaire promotes eBeam in K-12 (schools) institutes and Mimio in all other institutes.

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Interactive Tool:

It is a pioneering learning / teaching tool which gives unlimited creativeness in the hands of teacher. The Interactive Whiteboard brings ideas, lessons and resources to life.

Mimio innovation makes it possible. We put technology on the whiteboard, not in the whiteboard. You don’t need to buy and set up complicated and expensive equipment.

With a MimioTeach interactive system you can:

• Mount it to your whiteboard magnetically, so it’s easy to move it to different classrooms or remove it for safekeeping.
• Concentrate on being a teacher, not a techie.
• Create engaging, student-centered, interactive lessons with the included MimioStudio software.
• Enjoy all the tools you need to encourage active learning.
• Be certain that its rugged design will help it last through years of classroom use.
• Meet the requirements of your budget.

The patented MimioTeach stylus is a slender, ergonomic pen that:

• Fits comfortably in hands of all sizes.
• Lets you control the information on your computer from your whiteboard, without wires.
• Works automatically, so there’s no learning curve.
• Recharges automatically in the MimioTeach bar.

The tiny MimioHub wireless receiver plugs into a USB port on your computer. The hub enables automatic integration with the MimioTeach bar and stylus, the MimioVote assessment system, and the MimioCapture ink recording system.

Benefits for Studentsipad-new-age-learning

  • Active engagement with learning
  • Conceptual understanding rather than rote learning
  • Development of social and thinking skills
  • Application of learning to real life

 

Benefits for Teachers & Trainee

  • Innovative teaching strategies
  • Access to multimedia, worksheets and quizzes
  • Ability to generate test papers
  • Effectivimages.new agee utilization of time


Benefits For Schools

  • Efficient teaching methods across classesgoogle in education
  • Effective use of educational technology
  • Streamlining of operational aspects
  • Training for teaching and non-teaching staff

Benefits for Parents

  • Feedback on child’s performance
  • Development of children’s life skills

Improve Overall Life Skills

The Interactive Class room activities are designed in such a way that in the process of mastering the topics, students also develop:

  • Social Skills (interpersonal, communication, presentation and collaboration skills)
  • Thinking Skills (creative thinking, critical thinking, problem solving and decision making)
  • Research Orientation
  • Meta-cognition (or “learning to learn”)
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills