For this edition of QuickView: Profile, we are showcasing Aurora School from Melbourne, Australia.
Aurora is an innovative, purpose-built educational organization that provides optimal learning environments for Deaf and Deafblind children and their families.
Aurora is a progressive school that has consistently been an early adopter of innovative education technology. Led by Principal Bernadette (Berni) Coleman and ITC Manager Brad Myers, Aurora adopted Vivi after their previous EdTech solution reached end-of-life.
The school needed a solution that was scalable and capable of meeting their unique needs. They chose Vivi due to its versatility, ease of use and return on investment.
In addition to Vivi’s wireless screen mirroring capabilities, Aurora makes the most of the solution by utilizing its more unique features to deliver school-wide benefits.
“The ability to cast through Vivi has been a boon. It’s one of the things the staff here have really embraced. They are using it effectively in the classroom, and also in meetings to share their documents and to collaborate. Even when someone is taking minutes, they share them on the screen so we can all follow along. It’s really simple and has been adopted very quickly.” Berni Coleman, Principal, Aurora School.
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As well as the functionality Vivi brought to the classroom, the teachers quickly learned to rely on it. “That’s one of the great things about Vivi,” says Burgess. “Before Vivi, we were forever replacing lost or broken HDMI cables. When people went to project, they couldn’t. Now, there’s no reason why our teachers can’t project—every room has Vivi and everyone knows how it works.”
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