Data projectors, electronic whiteboards, microphones, speakers, backdrops, and screens are just a few of the resources students need to present their findings and share their ideas.
Lightweight portable equipment make it easy to turn open spaces into presentation areas.
The following examples demonstrate how presentation areas facilitate the learning experiences of the student information scientist.
Java's Not Just Coffee
Hannah's class is studying countries of the world. She's chosen Java, an island that was impacted by the tsuamani. Hannah developed a PowerPoint presentation to share her findings. She's particularly excited about using the whiteboard to show how the tsumani changed the landscape of the country.
After watching the other students present their project, Hannah is a little nervous but still excited about her presentation.
Explore Hannah's investigation for more detail.