Teachers can now move around the classroom and help students while projecting lessons. They can demonstrate how to write in cursive, how to use Google Earth or explain math problems. Each student also has access to log on to the Apple TV. Teachers say the technology makes kids more eager to participate.
"These kids are fighting to be the next person to be the one presenting. They want to be that person that logs on and gets to show what they know and what they have learned," said Kami Butterfield, Teacher.
Each Apple TV costs $99. So far, 4 classrooms in Central Elementary and several at the middle school have the Apple TV.