to use Google Jamboard
Your whiteboard is constantly a mess and is becoming a dysfunctional nightmare that's hard to organise.
Experience the benefits of hosting effective and productive team collaboration sessions.
Interactive learning is the way of the future. Stop using old, outdated methods of teaching.
The way we absorb information is changing. With interactive learning on the rise, old methods of teaching such as the typical classroom lecture are being phased out. The Jamboard has been designed and based around the concept of interactive learning. When used, the Jamboard creates an experience where both teacher and student are involved in the learning process, making it a far more powerful method of teaching.
Here are the benefits you will experience using Jamboard.
Engaging Content – A learner’s level of motivation and engagement is greatly increased by the way in which content is presented. Bring your content to life and make it more appealing to engage with by using Jamboard.
Flexible Learning – Learn when it’s most convenient for you. With Jamboard, learning can take place anywhere, anytime you feel most comfortable. Don’t be restricted to the classroom or the office, use the app to connect from home or on the go.
Powerful presentations and video meetings are all made possible with Jamboard.
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,Keeping track of creating, saving and distributing files becomes a battle within itself. The huge time lost in the organisation of these micro-processes is the reason as to why most people deem themselves “time-poor”.
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