[NHDOE-ETNews] Touchjet seeks Pilot District for Innovative TouchjectPond device
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Mon Jul 18 11:42:06 EDT 2016
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ITEM: Touchjet seeks Pilot District for Innovative TouchjectPond device
At the recent State Educational Technology Directors Association Emerging Technology Conference in Denver, I had the pleasure of learning about Touchjet, a new and innovative company helping to integrate technology in the classroom. Touchject was a 2016 Edison Award Gold recipient. This company represents next generation technology as they have developed the Touchject Pond, the combination of an interactive projector, white boarding tools and a full Android operating system - all in a device that will fit in the palm of your hand. The Pond will allow you to turn any flat surface- wall, table top, floor - into an interactive touchscreen. This allows learning to happen anywhere. It is ideal to support small group collaborations.
Touchjet would like to find a district in New Hampshire to partner with in a pilot study. Touchjet Ponds would be provided to the district at no charge for a specified number of classrooms/buildings in exchange for teacher and student feedback on classroom use. We may also want to get the local media involved to highlight the school/district/teachers. If your district would be interested in participating in this pilot study, please notify Holly De Leon, VP of Education, holly at atouchjet.com<mailto:holly at atouchjet.com> or phone 512-924-8550.
To learn more about the Touchject Pond, visit http://www.touchjet.com/pond/.
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