EduCam360

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Manufactured by Panasonic in partnership with Audio Enhancement, the pioneers of classroom audio, the EduCam360™ allows educators, administrators and security personnel to see the entire classroom—all at once!

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2013 Knight of Heroes Award

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“Each year, in and around the Orlando area, the Orlando Award Program chooses only the best local businesses. We focus on companies that have demonstrated their ability to use various marketing methods to grow their business in spite of difficult economic times. The companies chosen exemplify the best of small business; often leading through customer service and community involvement. For most companies, this recognition is a result of dedication and efforts as well as the work of others in your organization that have helped build your business. [Audio Enhancement's] team is part of an exclusive group of small businesses that have achieved this selection.”

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News & Events

Three new developments in K-12 technology integration
Posted on Wednesday July 23, 2014

Technology skills for students and educators are essential for college and workforce success, particularly in an increasingly global economy. But how does technology integration match up with education leaders' goals?Bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives continue to increase across the nation, and an annual school technology survey reveals that BYOD use or immediate planned use in secondary schools jumped from 60 percent in 2013 to 66 percent in 2014.According to the Software & Information Industry Association's (SIIA) 2014 Vision K-20 report, 85 percent of secondary, 66 percent of elementary, and 83 percent of K-12 district survey participants said mobile devices will be allowed in schools in the next five years.In K-12 classrooms, mobile devices are used most often to access and research online digital content, to create content, to develop skills, and to communicate and collaborate.Common devices include laptops, tablets, and eReaders.Not surprisingly, more than half of respondents said they don't feel "highly prepared" with enough bandwidth or adequate devices and hardware to support online assessments.Just 41 percent of elementary, 40 percent of secondary, and 42 percent of K-12 district respondents said they feel they have adequate internet bandwidth.Thirty-two percent of elementary, 36 percent of secondary, and 36 percent of K-12 district respondents said they feel they have adequate devices and hardware for students.This lack of preparedness remains alarming as Common Core online testing approaches full implementation.Current technology integration levels are "static," as survey responses reveal. Participants rate the importance of technology integration, along with their current integration level and ideal technology integration level on a scale of 1-7.

4 secure online learning platforms to use
Posted on Wednesday July 23, 2014

As good educators engage with students outside of the classrooms, usually through office hours, using a secure learning platform might just be the answer teachers have been looking for.

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