Learn How to Outfit Your Classroom with Dynamic Auto-tracking Cameras to Support Students in All Locations

Let's face it, this past school year was one of many challenges. But out of those challenges comes innovation and each teacher, in their own way, had to be innovative each day to meet the needs of their students both home and away.

No matter if you were teaching in a fully virtual or hybrid classroom, one of the things that we all had in common was the need to successfully instruct our students using video equipment.

No matter if you were on a webcam or document camera, Teams, Google Meet, or Zoom, we all had to navigate to the best of our ability the difficulty of entertaining and educating through the some type of technology medium.

What will the future hold for this type of instruction?

As schools begin to take a step back and discuss and debate those questions, the only consistent answer is that virtual instruction is here and here to stay.

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