Samsung Electronics America (opens in new tab) today at ISTE 2015 announced plans to launch its Classroom in a Box suite of services to K-12 schools. Samsung’s Classroom in a Box will be on display at Booth #3002 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from June 29-July 1. The pilot will be available starting at ISTE through the end of September.
In partnership with McGraw-Hill Education, Samsung will debut its Classroom in a Box – a fully-integrated pilot program that includes components needed to transform classrooms into technology enabled learning environments. Schools have a choice of thirty GalaxyTab® 4 Education 10” Tablets or thirty 11.6” Samsung Chromebook 2 equipped with Intel® Celeron Processor for fast performance. Both choices also include:
· Professional Development: Curriculum based professional development provided by McGraw-Hill Education to help teachers excel in the digital classroom.
· Classroom Management: Google Chrome Management Console, which comes on every device and allows teachers to control student access, track assets and provide layers of security as well as access to Google Play for Education.
· Deployment Services: This includes a site visit by a Samsung representative to ensure Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 4 Education or Chromebooks are setup and ready for the classroom.
· Digital Curriculum by McGraw-Hill Education:
o THRIVE: Thirty 1 Year Licenses of McGraw-Hill Education Thrive ELA and Math for Grades 3 – 8, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry.
o ALEKS®: Thirty30 Day trial licenses of McGraw-Hill Education adaptive learning solution for math, grades 3-12.
To learn more about Samsung’s Classroom in a Box and Professional Development, visit https://youtu.be/cZXP02Az6ds.More information on Samsung’s full technology portfolio for education is available at www.samsung.com/education (opens in new tab).