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How to Make Learning More Interactive From Anywhere

This event occurred on January 27, 2021 3:03 PM EST, but is available to view on-demand.
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Nearly two-thirds of U.S. school districts are using hybrid learning right now with varying degrees of success. Students and teachers are getting restless and frustrated with online learning, making curriculum engagement difficult and disjointed. While every school’s goal is to eventually get back into the classroom full time, there are key benefits to maintaining or improving their hybrid models for the future. Studies indicate that interactive learning provides better student engagement and outcomes, so how can schools make lessons as engaging from home as they are in the classroom?

The education technology market has been inundated with hybrid learning solutions, but Samsung and its partners can help your school create a hybrid learning environment that delivers the student engagement results your district expects. Join experts from Samsung and Boxlight to learn how to make the learning experience more fun, interactive, and impactful for students and teachers — from anywhere.


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Speakers
Dan Deem
VP of Sales, Platforms & Services Boxlight
Mario DiAntonio
Director of Strategic Alliances Samsung
Ed Lydon
National Sales Director Samsung
Michael Smith
Head of Global Strategic Alliances Samsung
Moderator
Holly Kurtz is the director of the EdWeek Research Center.
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