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Samsung School interactive classroom packages now available

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Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, has announced the U.S. commercial availability of Samsung School, an integrated one-to-one learning package that combines the tablet and display technology. Samsung 

 Samsung School combines the Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 tablet with a range of classroom technology, tied together with Samsung’s learning management and interactive teaching software. The learning management system (LMS) aids teachers with course administration and content management, as well as providing course bulletin boards, school announcement and texting features. In class, interactive teaching tools include: screen sharing; student screen monitoring and device control to track student progress and keep lessons on track; instant quizzes and polls; and group collaboration on a single digital canvas making use of the GALAXY Note’s sophisticated S Pen.

As a special introductory offer, the Samsung School software will be available for $25 per student for a one-year license including support and upgrades. To learn more  visit samsung.com/education.

 


 

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