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AV solutions in K-12 schools are essential to maintain a successful hybrid learning environment. In classrooms, cafeterias, hallways and virtually any other space in schools, new technologies can relay important information for students, teachers and parents. Through digital signage, collaborative technology and hybrid learning programs, there are many available options to enhance learning both inside and outside of the classroom.
Video walls can be an informative and interactive tool for students and their families. These walls can display maps, important information, calendars, lunch menus and the weather. In addition, digital whiteboards can have interactive touchscreen components that allow students and teachers to collaborate easier than ever before. Hands-on experiences are important for many students, and these technologies enhance collaborative learning. In a hybrid classroom where some students are tuning in remotely and some are attending in person, technology can create a realistic learning experience for remote students. By utilizing video conferencing software with high-definition cameras and audio, remote learners can interact with in-person students and join in with activities and conversations. In an environment where it could be easy to unintentionally isolate remote students, these technologies bridge the gap between students regardless of their location.
Loyola High School is a private, college-preparatory high school in Los Angeles with more than 1,2000 students from a wide range of backgrounds. To create a hybrid learning environment, Loyola called on AV Planners to retrofit its classrooms. AV Planners installed a Zoom room in the school’s main conference room with a new control system to provide an enhanced user experience. With the use of cutting-edge AV technology, AV Planners provided Loyola High School with the tools it needed to continue education in a hybrid manner throughout the school year.