My students come from all different backgrounds, and schools! During their fifth grade year, they come from five different schools to synergize together and grow as a whole and individuals. They have different learning styles and learn at different rates.
We spend our year learning about each other, our backgrounds and how to be a well-rounded citizen.
By the time students leave my classroom to start their middle school career, I want them to have a different outlook on school. That their teachers are their to support them and grow with them. I want them to know that just because they leave my room that doesn't mean I'm not their teacher anymore; I will still love them, support them and be their biggest fan!
At our school we have multiple brands of devices. On my computer I cannot open keynote presentations and this makes it difficult for my students to present their amazing work. Having Apple TV will not only help with my students presentations but also my lesson when I am wanting to show something from my iPad screen.
With an Apple TV my students will be able to present to the best of their abilities without being limited to a PDF version.
The basic operation of the Apple TV involves connecting the device to the existing organization network. With the AirPlay feature found on iPads and Apple computers, one connects in wirelessly to the Apple TV. This technology allows not only the streaming image of the iPad or airplay enabled computer, but also carries the audio signal as well. This makes for a quick way to share media that provides both the video and sound in one signal to the television or projection device.
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