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by:XY Screens     2019-11-09
Schools in Hamilton
School board of the Catholic district of Wentworth (HWCDSB)
Perhaps the next phase of smart board technology will soon be brought to their classroom.
According to the report submitted on Wednesday, April, at the HWCDSB committee throughout the meeting. 5.
Primary and secondary schools in the District have the opportunity to use Epsom BrightLink 595wi interactive projectors in the classroom through technology and learning funds (TLF)
And specialized high-skilled majors (SHSM)
By the beginning of the 2016/17 academic year, projects will be funded.
\"We evaluate all the needs of each school and based on the current allocation of the school and the different needs within the school,\" said Angelo Cortina, chief information officer who submitted the report to the board.
\"As the school has some funds to fund the insulation of the machine, this determines how the school is allocated,\" he added . \".
The projector that the motherboard plans to install is a machine smaller than the smart motherboard, which can be inserted directly into the teacher\'s computer and projected onto the traditional whiteboard.
The whiteboard becomes an intelligent board through which students can interact.
\"We can buy more classrooms and provide them to classrooms faster so that we can meet the needs and be cheaper,\" said Pat Daly, chairman of the HWCDSB board . \".
During the meeting, Cortina submitted statistics and figures to the Commission, noting that they wanted to purchase 174 sets at an individual cost of $1,616.
The total amount will reach $281,184.
The equipment will be purchased from the Genesis integration company, which won the bid in May 2015.
\"Through this purchase, we will provide up to 75 cents for classrooms using interactive projection technology,\" he said . \" Notice that they want 100 per classroom. too-distant future.
The new technology can be used in any classroom, including portable classrooms, and does not require smart boards, which are expensive and bulky, Cortina said.
He explained that although individual schools wishing to purchase the technology would bear part of the installation costs, the principal was not surprised.
\"This is the second round of looking at these.
After the communication, our person in charge was aware of the move and (will)
Being able to rely on such initiatives, \"added Dave Hansen, director of education.
According to Daly, the reason for installing the projector is not only to encourage students to learn, but also to provide maximum costeffective, up-to-
Date technology is provided.
\"A few years ago, we developed a technical plan, which is part of it,\" he said . \".
\"We need to make sure we\'re involved (the students)
Challenge them, it\'s all there, \"said Daley.
Schools in Hamilton
School board of the Catholic district of Wentworth (HWCDSB)
Perhaps the next phase of smart board technology will soon be brought to their classroom.
According to the report submitted on Wednesday, April, at the HWCDSB committee throughout the meeting. 5.
Primary and secondary schools in the District have the opportunity to use Epsom BrightLink 595wi interactive projectors in the classroom through technology and learning funds (TLF)
And specialized high-skilled majors (SHSM)
By the beginning of the 2016/17 academic year, projects will be funded.
\"We evaluate all the needs of each school and based on the current allocation of the school and the different needs within the school,\" said Angelo Cortina, chief information officer who submitted the report to the board.
\"As the school has some funds to fund the insulation of the machine, this determines how the school is allocated,\" he added . \".
The projector that the motherboard plans to install is a machine smaller than the smart motherboard, which can be inserted directly into the teacher\'s computer and projected onto the traditional whiteboard.
The whiteboard becomes an intelligent board through which students can interact.
\"We can buy more classrooms and provide them to classrooms faster so that we can meet the needs and be cheaper,\" said Pat Daly, chairman of the HWCDSB board . \".
During the meeting, Cortina submitted statistics and figures to the Commission, noting that they wanted to purchase 174 sets at an individual cost of $1,616.
The total amount will reach $281,184.
The equipment will be purchased from the Genesis integration company, which won the bid in May 2015.
\"Through this purchase, we will provide up to 75 cents for classrooms using interactive projection technology,\" he said . \" Notice that they want 100 per classroom. too-distant future.
The new technology can be used in any classroom, including portable classrooms, and does not require smart boards, which are expensive and bulky, Cortina said.
He explained that although individual schools wishing to purchase the technology would bear part of the installation costs, the principal was not surprised.
\"This is the second round of looking at these.
After the communication, our person in charge was aware of the move and (will)
Being able to rely on such initiatives, \"added Dave Hansen, director of education.
According to Daly, the reason for installing the projector is not only to encourage students to learn, but also to provide maximum costeffective, up-to-
Date technology is provided.
\"A few years ago, we developed a technical plan, which is part of it,\" he said . \".
\"We need to make sure we\'re involved (the students)
Challenge them, it\'s all there, \"said Daley.
Schools in Hamilton
School board of the Catholic district of Wentworth (HWCDSB)
Perhaps the next phase of smart board technology will soon be brought to their classroom.
According to the report submitted on Wednesday, April, at the HWCDSB committee throughout the meeting. 5.
Primary and secondary schools in the District have the opportunity to use Epsom BrightLink 595wi interactive projectors in the classroom through technology and learning funds (TLF)
And specialized high-skilled majors (SHSM)
By the beginning of the 2016/17 academic year, projects will be funded.
\"We evaluate all the needs of each school and based on the current allocation of the school and the different needs within the school,\" said Angelo Cortina, chief information officer who submitted the report to the board.
\"As the school has some funds to fund the insulation of the machine, this determines how the school is allocated,\" he added . \".
The projector that the motherboard plans to install is a machine smaller than the smart motherboard, which can be inserted directly into the teacher\'s computer and projected onto the traditional whiteboard.
The whiteboard becomes an intelligent board through which students can interact.
\"We can buy more classrooms and provide them to classrooms faster so that we can meet the needs and be cheaper,\" said Pat Daly, chairman of the HWCDSB board . \".
During the meeting, Cortina submitted statistics and figures to the Commission, noting that they wanted to purchase 174 sets at an individual cost of $1,616.
The total amount will reach $281,184.
The equipment will be purchased from the Genesis integration company, which won the bid in May 2015.
\"Through this purchase, we will provide up to 75 cents for classrooms using interactive projection technology,\" he said . \" Notice that they want 100 per classroom. too-distant future.
The new technology can be used in any classroom, including portable classrooms, and does not require smart boards, which are expensive and bulky, Cortina said.
He explained that although individual schools wishing to purchase the technology would bear part of the installation costs, the principal was not surprised.
\"This is the second round of looking at these.
After the communication, our person in charge was aware of the move and (will)
Being able to rely on such initiatives, \"added Dave Hansen, director of education.
According to Daly, the reason for installing the projector is not only to encourage students to learn, but also to provide maximum costeffective, up-to-
Date technology is provided.
\"A few years ago, we developed a technical plan, which is part of it,\" he said . \".
\"We need to make sure we\'re involved (the students)
Challenge them, it\'s all there, \"said Daley.
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