Multiple Displays issue in classroom

  wingedoak 16:34 12 Aug 2017

I am a teacher with a large classroom. The room us very narrow, but long. Consequently, I inevitably have students in the back that can't see. To get around this problem, I am trying to have both a front-of-room and back-of-room display.

My main computer connects to a projector. I currently splice those so that I drag what I want to display over to the projector screen.

I have a 2nd computer in the back of the room, connected to a Promethean board. I would like to set it up so that whatever is showing up on my projector screen, also shows on that 2nd computer, and therefore the Promethean.

Any ideas of how I could accomplish this?

We use Windows 7/10 if that factors in.

Thank you!!!

  difarn 17:16 12 Aug 2017

I'm wondering if you have considered something like Classflow Connect which mirrors the primary class display?

click here the school budget can cope with this is another matter!

I too had a difficult classroom. In the end I had to re-orientate my room so that my projector displayed in the centre of one of the two long walls. It worked quite well and I didn't have the problem of having half of the class with their backs towards me whilst they were watching a presentation.

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