With so many students preparing to learn remotely, we looked at some gadgets and gear that could make distance learning brighter, faster and even sound a little smoother, too. Check out our suggested gear list:
Most laptops come equipped with cameras but upping your webcam game can make a huge difference for students and teachers. Both may be bouncing platforms, zoom to skype, or bouncing tools, tablets to desktops. A webcam can ensure the quality of the feed remains the same no matter what tool you are using.
- Start by looking at the Wansview PC webcam, with image sensors, built -in microphone and light correction!
Ring lights can do more than just take stellar selfies! Just like the “On Air” lights in studios, it can also serve as a reminder when the ring is on, school is in session! This can help the whole household, but especially younger children know when to steer clear from jumping into the stream. Extra lighting, designed for quality camera consumption, will be a bonus tool for when students are presenting or showcasing intricate projects.
- Check out the Megifigno Phone Selfie Ring Light with 3 Levels of Brightness and adjustable Clips.
Nabbing the right headset is as personal as it gets. From built in microphones, to noise cancelation and sound distributions there are countess options. And while it may take some trial and error to find the perfect match, wireless may be the name of the game this year. Remote learning won’t necessarily mean sitting all day. Wireless headsets or earbuds will allow the freedom desired and the movement that is much needed by everyone this year!
- LETSCOM Bluetooth Headphones have 100 hours of use, a Built-in Mic and come in snazzy colors.
- LETSCOM Bluetooth Headphones IPX7, designed for sport, but strap keeps then close by.
With everyone on screens longer and longer our tools will be in over drive. And can get over heated! A venting or cooling station will ensure that devices are always running their best. Because of the nature of their design propping up the keyboard, they can also help everyone sit straighter and keep their back in check.
- Check out Smart Stands portable stands. Small, prevents slipping, and can be on the go with you!
- TECKNET Laptop Cooling Pad, USB powered with chill mat, runs cool air quietly!
Yes, a second screen! Classroom content will be more diverse than ever as teachers use tools and videos to support what would have traditionally been shared face to face. A second screen allows you to stay in the “classroom” even when there is a link, video or interactive supporting material to work through.
- Consider an extra iPad or Galaxy Tablet. They are fast, light and tons of built in bonus tools at the ready.
What gadgets are a must for your remote learning?