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Interactive Teaching Center for Early Childhood Instruction

Copernicus Educational Products announces the launch of the Royal® iRover iS600 Interactive Teaching Center
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Copernicus Educational Products announces the launch of the Royal® iRover iS600 Interactive Teaching Center, which combines the versatility of a teaching easel with the functionality of the Interactive SMART™ Board 640 and 660 to provide an all-in-one storage and display easel.

Features include:

  • Compact size and mobility of the iRover iS600 enables both whole-class and small-group learning.
  • Integrated projector arm reduces shadowing
  • storage tubs for manipulatives and resources
  • big book rack
  • space for laptop or computer
  • chart hooks and telescoping rods for hanging pockets charts.

A video overview of the Interactive Teaching Center is available here.

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