While incorporating technology such as iPads, laptop computers, and portable LCD projectors have revolutionized classroom learning, there is still a fundamental lesson that can help make these technological marvels more efficient. One of the best ways to keep your classroom running smooth while teaching discipline and responsibility is to empower students with organizational tasks. Establishing technology procedural policy is a practical way for your classroom’s Audio and Visual Multimedia Furniture and Laptop and Tablet Storage Carts to be secured, charged, and ready to deploy at a moment’s notice. Below are several examples:
Establish a Centralized Cart Area
Charging carts are designed for classroom visibility. A dedicated space means easy device access and charging while also being able to monitor devices. Most carts have safety measures such as inside cable management reducing the likelihood of a rat’s nest of cables while other carts have a lock feature to keep devices secure. The Oklahoma Sound TCSC Tablet Charging Cart combines ample access with solid cable management as well as security. Having one designated area ensures everyone knows the go-to place for electronic classroom devices.