Panasonic enhances media production suite ‘Studio in a Box’

eSchool News

Panasonic has entered into a partnership with JDL Horizons to offer broadcast consulting for K-12 schools to help them maximize return on technology investment. The news was unveiled at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference, where Panasonic showcased its latest connected classroom technology, including interactive displays, classroom security solutions and its one-to-one product, the 3E (“Engage, Empower, Enable”) 2-in-1 student device.

Panasonic's New BF1 Interactive Display Series Makes Collaboration and Accessibility Easier for Schools

District Administration

Designed for K-12, the BF1interactive display features three innovations that make it easy for teachers to foster collaborative and accessible learning: Color Universal Design supports students with color vision impairment for greater accessibility, PC-free operation unshackles the instructor's laptop, and Intel ProWiDi offers reliable, wireless mirroring. Date of broadcast: Thursday, July 14, 2016 10:35 am EST Watch Now Sponsored by: Panasonic Corporation of North America.


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School Change is a Collaborative Effort

Battelle for Kids

Last month, I attended the Panasonic Foundation Leadership Associates Program in New Orleans and was delighted to see the dedication to 21st century learning being demonstrated by the attending school districts.

What post-WWII Japan teaches about economic recovery in 2020

The Christensen Institute

However, the silver lining of nonconsumption is that it implies opportunity , something companies like Toyota, Sony, Honda, Panasonic, and others recognized. To learn more, see: Avoiding the prosperity paradox: How to build economic resilience in a post-COVID world.

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5 secrets for rolling out a successful 1:1 initiative

eSchool News

During this experience, we’ve learned a lot. 5 lessons learned from a 1:1 district. We invited vendors, including Panasonic, Lenovo, and Asus, to demo their products. Classrooms have become increasingly tech-focused, though technology alone isn’t enough to change a classroom. Instead, it’s a mix of the right training, tools, and support.

High School Auditorium Gets Major AV Update


Tech & Learning has announced the winners of the TCEA Best of Show Awards ] Until recently, that system was not just heavily used, but outdated. A 12,000-lumen Panasonic PT-RZ12KU laser projector was added to meet Groves’ video needs, as well. Calling the auditorium at Groves High School, located in Beverly Hills, MI, a “multiuse” venue is a bit of an understatement.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” Or at least CZI is trying to convince schools to buy into its Summit learning management system. ” Via Chalkbeat : “ Maine went all in on ‘ proficiency-based learning ’ – then rolled it back. ” That’s Scott Glasrud, founder of the Southwest Learning Centers chain of charters. Sponsored content on Edsurge this week, paid for by MacMillan Learning , by ReadingPlus , by Google , and by Gutenberg Technology.