The St. Louis Post-Dispatch last weekend ran an article on some new technology that my daughter’s school recently implemented. What I enjoyed was that they are using the technology to help teach the children something that agilists highly prize: feedback. Here’s a passage from the article:
The ultra-high definition Immersion Wall can capture and display the desktop from up to 18 students and teachers simultaneously. For example, while listening and watching a student’s book trailer, the class was typing feedback into Mac laptops that would pop up on the screen for everyone to see.
“The music was really intense. That really captured me,” student Phoebe Philip wrote. “Next time, though I might try having some sound effects to really finish it off.”