Classrooms are changing rapidly as they integrate todays technology into their curriculum. Rather than handing out textbooks, school districts
are distributing tablets for students to use.
Many schools are considering the transition to a mobile classroom, but question the expense and wonder how the structure of the classroom will
change. So as you contemplate and plan this transition in your school, consider the following:
Learning becomes more interactive and
Printed materials tend to be less interactive.
Save time and money due to no printing costs.
Costs more to update and print new versions
Requires an IT Infrastructure for wifi access and security.
No need for an IT Infrastructure.
Extends independent education outside of
Textbooks may make independent education
difficult for some students.
Teachers have access to being connected with students and parents using certain apps.
Teachers cannot make the same connection through textbooks.
Gives students limitless access to resources.
Resources in classroom are limited.
Technology changes the way we operate and learn at all levels of education and business. Though change
can come with frustration and expenses, the benefits it provides are well-worth the effort.
To further discuss your infrastructure needs to prepare for a transition to mobile classrooms, request to talk with a Marco advisor.
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