Samsung Smart School is a platform for teaching to engage in one-to-one learning. The system uses interactive whiteboards and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets with S Pens.
For the pilot, Samsung is supplied a sixth grade math class at Memphis’ Geeter Middle School with a Samsung Smart School package.
The classroom was outfitted with 35 GALAXY Note 10.1 tablets, a 65-inch interactive whiteboard and a wireless printer. From the video it looks like keyboards are also being used along with S Pens.
"Attention class stop using your tablets, I'm locking the screen," a teacher can say and it will lock all the screens and hopefully the students will pay attention.
The Smart School system offers:
- Interactive Management that allows teachers to post on the screen, share their own or a student’s screen and monitor student progress in real-time.
- Learning Management teacher can show e-textbooks, apps assignments, notices and forums for extracurricular activities where students can join in.
- Student Information a management tool for teacher to take attendance, post report cards and other student information.
Readers do you think this kind of learning is best for students? The parents now will be begged to get them Samsung Galaxy Note 10.2 tablets.