I’ve been impressed with DyKnow’s software since I first heard about it. It sounds like the collaborative capabilities for the classroom are almost too good to be true. Used in combination with a Tablet PC it sounds like a real winner. I’ve never gotten a chance to be hands on with the package, but this article in Greenwich Time gives a glimpse into the experiences students and teachers are having at the Greenwich Country Day School.
The software program, DyKnow, transforms each tablet PC into an interactive tool that lets teachers and students connect with each other’s computers to show off work and information or to communicate using instant messaging. School officials say Greenwich Country Day is the first school on the East Coast to be using DyKnow in a classroom.
“It’s magic,” Donnalley said.
Read the entire article here.
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