Customize your lessons by adding a variety of media. Then save your lessons to re-use and share.
Grab and hold your students' attention. And leverage a wealth of online educational content to increase retention.
Allow students to interact with your lessons and with each other. Break down barriers with fun, simple technology.
Introduce students to modern tech early to prepare them for the future in STEM, business, education, and more.
The easy on-board annotation really sold me on ViewSonic. We loved the ability to draw over any input source – live document camera, content from a connected laptop, smartphone or tablet, DVD content– it didn’t matter what the input source was you could write over it with the built-in annotation tools."
Rob Zdrojewski, Director of Instructional Technology, Oakfield-Alabama Central School District in New York
The PE teacher is able to pull content to enrich her curriculum, like videos on how to swing a bat correctly or covering the rules of a game."
Gretchen Knapp, Technology Coordinator, St. Matthew Parish School
Kids got out of their seats. They collaborated. Multiple students stood around the display and worked together. Teachers expanded their teaching methods."
Kevin Powers, Technology Director, Fenton Area Public Schools, Michigan
It’s a huge benefit to have screens on every wall,” “With the ability to display information and instructions on all screens, I get fewer questions like, ‘when is this due,’ and ‘what are we supposed to be doing.”
George Porter, Language Arts Teacher, Carlsbad Unified School District’s Sage Creek High School, Carlsbad, Calif
One of nicest things about the ViewSonic ViewBoard displays is the picture clarity compared to our projector-based systems,” “students can see text in the back of the room more clearly."
Bradi Rhoades, District Technology Coach, Wilmington Area School District, Pennsylvania
Teachers can use whatever they come up with to teach, with no constraints on their creativity. And, they’re no longer limited by the device, they can plug in almost any device and it will work with full touch functionality.”
– Matt Maine, District Technology Manager,
Wilmington Area School District, Pennsylvania