Memphis Middle School to Pilot Interactive 1:1 Learning Solution

10/3/2012 12:00:00 AM
Samsung Electronics America Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, today announced an education partnership with Memphis City Schools to carry out a classroom pilot of Samsung's Smart School Solution, an integrated 1:1 learning platform. The pilot is the first deployment of the Samsung Smart School Solution at a school in the U.S.

For the pilot, Samsung is providing the 6th grade math class at Memphis’ Geeter Middle School with a Samsung Smart School Solution package consisting of 35 GALAXY Note 10.1 units, a 65-inch interactive whiteboard and a wireless printer. The Smart School Solution provides teachers with the ability to lead interactive lessons and real-time group activities through its screen and content sharing features. It also delivers learning management tools enabling students to access course materials and information, as well as school notices and forums, through their tablets.

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