Collaborative Student Display Station

Collaborative Student Display Stations (CSDS) serve as a flexible teaching tool. With a collaborative station, a teacher has more resources available to them through the internet; interactive, web 2.0 sites; their own personally created files; and more--all of which broadens understanding of concepts taught in class. Also, the stations provide students with a way to show what they know through an array of digital projects from simple survey responses to teacher questions to videos or podcasts demonstrating a lesson on a given topic. CSDSs include but are not limited to:

  • 1 LCD TV
  • 1 wall mount
  • 1 document camera
  • 1 5 port HDMI
  • 1 HDMI adapter
  • 3 HDMI cable
  • power strip

Below are links to videos created by a math teacher, Andrea Gibson, from Post Falls High School in Post Falls, Idaho. In the videos, she explains how she and her students have used her own Collaborative Student Display Station. Also, another link below the videos will lead to the above equipment list detailing the most recent costs of each.

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