Even before the widespread closures and move toward e-learning, many schools were investing in audiovisual solutions. The price of AV hardware has come down considerably in recent years, and many schools have been working to create modern learning environments, or MLEs, for their students. And as schools nationwide began suspending classroom activities, the need for education leaders to have a solid remote learning plan in place for times of emergency was made abundantly clear.
These AV solutions are of benefit now and will continue to pay dividends long after students are back in their classrooms with their teachers.
Here are four ways that AV tools support connected learning for K–12 students.