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Interactive Classroom.

A complete Mimio Interactive Teaching System enables instructors to focus on teaching and creates a learning environment that is both absorbing and engaging.

2. Digital Pen

The MimioCapture allows you to save whiteboard notes and drawings to your computer as you teach. It captures and saves whiteboard notations in real time. Whiteboard notes and drawings can be captured in their original marker color and instantly converted to the desired file format. Handwriting can be converted into font-based text. There is even an eraser to wipe away any notation. The marker pens and eraser recharge quickly in the magnetic tray, and maintain their charge for about a week.

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5. Document Camera

The MimioView is a document camera that lets you easily add pictures or live video to your interactive whiteboard lessons. You can capture both dimensional objects and flat documents. Comes with two adjustable light sources to ensure bright pictures.

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You’ll find it easy to create multimedia lessons that engage your students, using the teacher-tested content in the MimioStudio Gallery. Your lessons will come to life with ready-to-use video, sound and graphics. MimioStudio software is compatible with most popular software applications, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Adobe Acrobat.

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Realize these benefits when you make your classroom interactive:Realize these benefits when you make your classroom interactive:

  • Less boredom. Students who are engaged and actively participating in a lesson are less likely to be bored. This benefit can translate into major gains for school districts: Surveys indicate that boredom, not failure, is the main reason high school students in the United States drop out of school.
  • Eliminating the need for note taking. As students or teachers write on the digital images, the annotated “pages” can be saved or printed for future reference, such as for review before a test. Instead of spending time writing notes in a notebook, students can focus on the images and participate in the group discussion. Notes can also be posted on the Web, where students who were absent can access them.
  • Support for collaborative learning. When students with varying abilities and learning styles are focused on a common learning task that everyone inds engaging, the context for group discussion and collaboration among students is enhanced. Again, the potential benefits in terms of student learning are noteworthy: Research has shown that “collaboration can boost student achievement.”
  • Digitized lessons for future use, teacher collaboration, and remote access. With lessons created and saved in a computer file, teachers can easily access them for future use, share them with fellow teachers via e-mail or district networks, and make them available for students and parents to access from home.
  • Leveraging existing technology. In classrooms with just one computer, multimedia displays from Web-based and other sources can be seen by all students, no matter where they’re seated. Students no longer need to crowd around a single computer screen.