【 "ワイード(Waido)" ultra-wide projector | Case Study】
The introduction of the ultra-wide projector contributed to the further improvement of students’ expressive ability. In addition, the two-screen functionality has proven to be highly effective for education.
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【 Summary 】
In providing specialized education at JOSHIBI HIGH SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN, with art education as a pillar of its curriculum, an urgent need arose to address ICT-based classes.
At the school, students absorb knowledge in class and output it through drawing and creation, but the emphasis is also on discussing their ideas about their work and communicating them to others. For this reason, the school actively incorporates group work and presentations by the students. For the first ICT usage, the ultra-wide projector "Waido" which is a projector that illuminates the blackboard, was introduced.
The introduction of the Waido has expanded the range of presentations. The presentation style, which previously used analog methods such as summarizing on imitation paper or drawing on a storyboard, was changed to a more spectacular presentation that made full use of digital technology to give shape to ideas. Students are now able to give presentations using videos and animated slides, and they can express themselves in ways beyond their imagination, making use of the best of the analog world without being biased toward the digital.
The dual-screen functionality has also been useful in teaching with Waido, as the screens of each of the two iPads can be projected onto the left and right halves of the whiteboard, providing a more intense classroom experience.
|Service provider :||Sakawa Corp.|
|Service user :||JOSHIBI HIGH SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN|