Teachers are calling two screens a game changer

EdSurge shows how Two Screens for Teachers lets teachers see their students on one screen and teach lesson plans on the other.

Matt Lerner, former student-turned-benefactor, is trying to provide a second screen to as many public school teachers as possible. Called Two Screens for Teachers, his effort has delivered almost 22,000 screens to public school K-12 teachers across the country. The nonprofit has raised $3.25 million to pay for them and it has a waiting list of 180,000 teachers U.S. public K-12 teachers can request one here.

“Having a second monitor is the number one thing on the must-have list,” says Jessica Valera, a district instructional technology coordinator and a former high school biology teacher at San Mateo Union High School District in California.

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