Touch screens have emerged as accelerators in the learning and development of students within schools, colleges, and universities. Students of all ages are comfortable with the interface and are natural touch screen users.
Reasons to use IQ interactive touch screen displays in a classroom range from student engagement and performance to teacher and administrator efficiency. And they provide a few unexpected benefits as well. Here are ten of the five advantages of using IQ interactive touch screen display in your school.
First, IQ Interactive touch screen display supports an active learning through collaboration, demonstration and experimentation.
Interactive touch screen displays have an inherent ability to bolster active learning. (Provided teachers use them for more than showing videos and slides). It’s one of the greatest advantages these dynamic devices bring to the classroom. As the name implies, active learning is learning through engaging with content. By becoming involved in the learning process. That it works so well should come as no surprise to seasoned educators. Countless activities facilitate active learning. Many – if not most – are enhanced when instructors and students use interactive touch screen displays.
Second, IQ Interactive touch screen display helps students develop critical readiness skills.
Interactive touch screen displays help students of all ages develop critical life skills. To prepare students for career and college readiness they need to be using tech tools. And they need to be using these classroom tech tools in ways that develop these critical skills. To stay afloat in a competitive world, students need to be able to think critically. They must be able to observe and analyze. To suss out smart solutions to complex dilemmas. They need to be able to answer higher-level questions that require thought and exploration. They need to learn to ask why, what if, and how to think through all sides of an issue. And IQ interactive touch screen displays do all of this and more.
Third, IQ Interactive touch screen display helps students boosting enthusiasm and engagement.
Students in classes that leverage an interactive touch screen display are more engaged. They pay more attention. They’re more positive about learning. Teachers often report that increased attentiveness and engagement are the top benefits of teaching with interactive display technology.
Four, IQ Interactive touch screen display helps deliver effective feedback to students.
Students need feedback to know when they’re on the right track. Decades of research have shown that less instruction plus more feedback creates greater learning. In fact, it doubles how quickly students learn.
Five, IQ Interactive touch screen display enhances classroom management.
Interactive touch screen displays can be a boon to keeping classes running smoothly. For one thing, the more engaged students are, the less likely they are to be disruptive. By making lessons more dynamic, students are inherently more captivated by the content. For another, interactive displays enable the use of can’t-be-missed visual aids. Visual timers like Time Timer keep kids on task. They help kids conceptualize, manage and visualize time when taking tests or taking turns.
Both Egypt and China are ancient countries with a long history of civilization, and the continuation of civilization is inseparable from the development of education.
As an expert of interactive solution supplier in education sector, IQ has been cooperating with Egyptian Schools for a long time. To share more ideas, and build deeper friendship with Egypt market, IQ participate in this Cario ICT 2019 education exhibition(1-4, December, 2019) , which is an inevitable encounter between IQ and Egypt.
In this Cario ICT 2019 exhibition, IQ exhibites IFPs like IQTouch L Pro, interactive all-in-one whiteboards like IQAio GR519, and document cameras like IQView E3511 etc.
IQTouch L Pro is a 4K resolution interactive flat panel with anti glare tempered glass. Built-in wireless presentation app and built-in whiteboard app helps teacher save time. Besides, cooperated with IQ Interactive Education Platform software, it supports 20 points touch and supports to save the courseware and annotations.
With precise touch and and smooth operation experience, IQTouch L Pro wins teachers’ smile.
IQAio GR519 - all-in-one interactive whiteboard, has built-in OPS, central control system, audio amplifier and wireless microphone. With one button, users can turn on the all devices including the interactive whiteboard, built-in OPS, projector, Mic etc. Smooth and stable infrared technology 10 points touch writing, slim frame and simple design attract visitors’ attention.
Professional products and excellent service make IQ shine in Cairo ICT 2019 exhibition. If you are interested in any of our products, please feel free to contact us: IQBoard@IQBoard.net
No waiting to join in to share and display the laptop screen to display screen or projector instantly. Bring touch to your meeting rooms with hassle of cables.
Whether you’re leading a routine sales call, a training session or that hoped-for breakthrough presentation to the higher-ups, why not wow them by wirelessly connecting your laptop, tablet or phone to the room’s projector or large display? It’s easier than you might think.
Use IQShare wireless presentation technology, It supports not only Windows system, also Apple Mac, Android, and IOS system.
For traditional wired screen projection, it involves the use of an HDMI cable that connects your device to a TV. If your laptop or computer has an available HDMI port, then sharing screens is as simple as connecting one end of an HDMI cable to your TV and the other end to your computer. Since computers are becoming more and more compact, some laptops don’t have an HDMI port. In this case HDMI adapters may be available that work with your device. Always check your device specifications before purchasing the necessary cables and adapters.
Now for wireless screen projection, it offers the same result as a wired connection, but no cables are required to connect your mobile device to your TV. Instead, many mobile devices today have wireless display technology built right in to them.
IQShare is a wireless display standard that is specifically designed for sharing PC or mobile device screens to a monitor. It has a dongle to achieve the wireless projection.
A Wireless Presentation System is a media streaming device that enables one or more users to wirelessly present content from a PC, tablet or smart phone on a bigger screen, using screen mirroring technology.
With IQShare, presenters can achieve easy and trouble-free presenting, also can share ideas and content securely from any device on the meeting room screen.
Just 3 steps :
Connect - make sure your device is under the hotspot of IQShare wireless presentation system.
Click - Click the button to share
Share - start collaborating without stress
There are different ways to share your content on the meeting room screen wirelessly with IQShare:
For Android smart phone, scan the code to download the Application, then start to share through the Application.
For IOS iPhone, after connect the hotspot of IQShare, start to share through Screen Mirroring of pull-down menu.
For Windows, with IQShare button to share screen.
IQshare has a set of advanced interactivity features to boost your meeting collaboration.
With IQShare, presenter can control any application on your laptop via the touch screen.
With IQShare, presenter can add comments directly on presented content via touch.
With IQShare, presenter can use the meeting room’s touch screen as a writing board.
With IQShare, presenter can control & select what’s being shared on the meeting screen.
In this article, I will share a great feature of IQTouch interactive display series for everyone, that is wireless projection function.
After turning on this function, you can put the mobile game screen on the big screen and play it better. You can put the meeting files in the mobile phone to the big screen to show the colleagues. You can also project the photos and videos from the mobile phone to the TV, share it with your family. Once you have experienced this feature, you will not be able to stop.
How to wirelessly project mobile content to the big screen?
Taking IQTouch C Pro interactive display for example, wireless projection requires only a few simple steps.
1. On the big screen, confirm that IQTouch C Pro interactive display’s wireless display software is turned on.
2. Make sure the Wifi or hotspot of IQTouch C Pro interactive display is turned on.
3. On the phone side, for iPhone, connect the same network of the big screen - IQTouch C Pro interactive display, then use the screen mirroring of iPhone, find the device - wireless projection software of IQTouch C Pro interactive displays, then click the device to start wireless projection.
4. On the phone side, for Android, for some phone has the wireless projection, do the same operation as iPhone, for those not, scan the QR code of wireless projection software of IQTouch C Pro interactive display to download the App, after download, open the app, make sure the phone is under the same network with IQTouch C Pro interactive display, then your Android can start the wireless projection.
5. On the Windows side, download the wireless presentation App, then open the App to find the device to start share windows screen onto the IQTouch interactive display big screen.
The wireless projection software of IQTouch C Pro interactive display support to share 4 screen on the big screen. And also can be set only one screen on the big screen. Moreover, you can use your phone or computer to control the big screen of IQTouch C Pro interactive display, the annotation on the big screen can be shown on your phone or computer also.
This feature may not be known to many people, try it out. If you have any question, please leave a message to discuss together.
Can you imagine displaying your tablet or phone stuff to the big screen with a single click? This is possible if you heard about screen mirroring , casting and streaming functions. The functioning of these terms is different from each other.
It’s important to know that wireless interactions work differently, depending on what content you want to be shown and how you prefer to go about it. This article will talk about the basics of screen mirroring, screen casting (also known as media streaming) and screen sharing (also known as desktop sharing).
What does streaming mean? Maybe you’ve heard someone say that they streamed a movie, a podcast, or a slide show. Steaming means a continuous flow of information (in the form of visual and/or audio data). That is to say, steaming refers to deliver data live, whatever content you have on your device’s screen. With this in mind, take note that the three terms that follow—mirroring, casting, and sharing—are each a different way of streaming.
Screen mirroring allows you to project or mirror what is on your smart phone, tablet or computer and show it on your TV screen, projector, or external monitor without needing to use a cable. It’s unlike when we look into a glass mirror, screen mirroring won’t horizontally flip what you see. It’s more like copying. This is great for viewing local content such as pictures, videos, documents, and professional or educational presentations. Screen mirroring requires software running on the device you want to send content from, and a receiver on the display that you’re sending it to.
For example, screen mirroring are what you can do with AirPlay, which is Apple’s protocol that allows you to mirror the contents of your Mac, iPhone or iPad to a screen connected to an Apple TV.
The major difference between screen mirroring and screen casting is the way in which the content is shared to a display. In the case of screen casting, your TV wirelessly receives online content via a digital media player to a TV via a wireless connection. Screen casting uses an app to send movies, video clips, and music from your phone, tablet or computer to your TV screen.
Screen sharing is also known as desktop sharing. While mirroring and casting are done with a smaller device (e.g., mobile or laptop) and a larger display (e.g. TV or projector), screen sharing generally involves making a copy of your computer screen to other computer screens.