AVer Gifts a T18 Charging Solution for a High-Tech Classroom Makeover
AVer Information, Inc. donates a T18 charging solution to Peoria Unified School District as part of CCS Presentation Systems’ high-tech classroom makeover. Cheyenne Elementary School, a K-8 school in this district, was the lucky winner of the “Vote Today, Tech Tomorrow” contest. As the winner, they received a complete 21st century classroom makeover with the latest tech tools.
“Technology has changed learning dramatically, and everything inside a classroom can impact the way students learn. We were glad to help contribute to a positive learning experience, and enhance the classroom environment with the latest technology through our donation,”
Schools entered the contest online, and the school that received the most votes won. Cheyenne Elementary School decided to open its doors to the community on Saturdays during the contest, to provide parents and the community with an opportunity to come in and vote. With this strategy, they were able to get over 500,000 votes from parents, teachers, students, and the community to get first place and win the contest.
Cheyenne Elementary School’s classroom is now stocked with an interactive flat panel, a 3D printer, collaboration furniture, Chromebooks, a charging tower, and much more. To celebrate their win, Cheyenne Elementary School and CCS Presentation Systems hosted a classroom unveiling event for students and staff to attend. During the reveal, students were given the opportunity to learn more about technology and experience live hands-on product demos. Having access to this technology will help teachers to engage students and teach STEM lessons more effectively.
AVer furnished Cheyenne Elementary School with a T18 charging tower as part of the high-tech classroom makeover. This provided them with a secure device management system for classroom Chromebooks, laptops, and/or tablets. The compact design of the T18 takes up minimal space to leave plenty of room for group projects and student collaboration in the classroom. To learn more about the T18 charging tower, visit http://www.averusa.com/education/products/charging-cart/t18.asp.Go Back