Samsung Electronics Showcases New Flip Pro Interactive Display for Impactful, Immersive Learning at ISTELive 2022
To support its continued investment in the education industry, Samsung is growing its team of leaders with experts in education technology and interactive experiences
Samsung Electronics America, Inc. is showcasing the future of education at ISTELive 2022 in New Orleans with its new interactive display—the 2022 Samsung Flip Pro (Model Name: WMB). Available in two large 75- and 85-inch models, the Flip Pro enables teachers to deliver dynamic lessons, spark active learning and inspire better learning outcomes for all students.
A New Age of Connectivity and Interactivity
Teachers and students can bring bold new ideas to life instantly with Samsung’s best-in-class multi-touch display with a latency of just 26ms for an intuitive real-world writing and drawing experience. The Flip Pro ignites classroom engagement by making it easy to access and display multimedia content from any device with multiple connectivity options, including USB, HDMI, DP and OPS slots. Educators can also connect the display to any network and other devices through LAN port and wireless screen-mirroring. The Flip Pro introduces 3-in-1 USB-C connectivity with a single port for screen mirroring, touch control and external device charging (max. 65W).
Whether it’s used in a blended or in-person learning environment, the Flip Pro seamlessly connects teachers and students across devices to empower interactive, immersive learning. Ideal for schools with 1:1 technology, the SmartView+ feature allows up to 50 students to wirelessly connect their device, with a multi-view of up to six screens. The display is compatible with leading education software and apps, such as Google Classroom, Google Duo, Office 365 and MimioConnect, in addition to cloud storage services like Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. This makes it easy for teachers to do video conferencing, measure understanding, and share interactive lessons and assignments—creating classrooms where everyone can participate and excel. A newly added front control panel, brightness control sensors, and four front- and rear-facing speakers also enhance the overall teaching experience.
Along with the Flip Pro, Samsung will showcase its full line of Display Solutions designed to connect the entire campus. ISTELive attendees will discover Samsung’s outdoor LED signage solutions for applications like monument signs, Large Format Displays for use with cafeteria menu boards and campus-wide digital signage, and large LED signage for use in school gymnasiums. For schools with esports programs, Samsung will also have its Odyssey G7 gaming monitors on display.
Partner solutions will be highlighted as well, including ScoreVision’s scoreboard and game-time experience platform and HAVRION’s emergency alert solution. Attendees can also learn how Samsung is improving school-wide safety. Notably, Samsung’s MagicINFO software provides full remote device management and control of content published to all Samsung displays. In the event of an emergency, schools can use MagicINFO to centrally push alerts to their displays across campus to notify and direct students and staff to safety.
“We’re excited to return to ISTELive to showcase how educators can leverage brilliant displays, exciting content, and connected technologies to reimagine learning to benefit all students. Our collaborative classroom tools offer teachers unlimited possibilities for how to re-engage students in the classroom and connect learners near and far. We’re working closely with schools nationwide to apply these technologies in creative ways that lead to better and safer learning environments,” said Chris Mertens, Vice President of US Sales, Display Division, Samsung Electronics America.
Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, Florida, is an example of an innovative school using Samsung technology to engage learners and connect its entire campus. “We have discovered that many teachers were looking for collaborative experiences from technology and content driven media that could be delivered in a quick and meaningful manner to hold students’ interest,” said Alex Seage, Senior Director of Technology & Innovation at Christopher Columbus High School. “Samsung’s Flip interactive display solution has been scalable, adaptable and flexible from the get-go.”
ISTELive attendees are invited to meet Samsung at booth #940 to learn more about its Display Solutions, as well as tablets and mobility products for the classroom. On June 27-28, Samsung will also hold two days of in-booth educational sessions, presented by partners and thought leaders.
Reimagining Education and Student Engagement
On Tuesday, June 28, Matt Miller of Ditch That Textbook will be a special guest at the Samsung booth. Leveraging the power of Samsung displays, Matt will host a full day of on-site presentations on innovative teaching methods to increase student engagement and make learning memorable and fun. Each presentation will be streamed live on the Ditch That Textbook YouTube channel. A teacher, blogger and presenter from West Central Indiana, Matt has garnered millions of blog views and thousands of subscribers with his fresh content on infusing technology to transform the classroom.
Follow the links below to set a reminder and join any of the livestreams on June 28. Each session will cover new approaches, best practices and tips for:
- Promoting Active Learning with Station Rotation (11 a.m. CDT)
- Learning Like a YouTuber: Engaging Visual Activities (12 p.m. CDT)
- How to Find and Use Virtual Field Trips (1:45 p.m. CDT)
Samsung Expands Its Education Leadership Team
In addition to driving new innovations with its classroom solutions, Samsung is reinforcing its commitment and investment in the education industry with four new hires to its leadership team—each with extensive knowledge in education technology.
- Micah Shippee: Based in Syracuse, New York, Dr. Shippee has been appointed Director of Education Tech & Solutions. He brings over 22 years of experience in education, including as a K-12 teacher and adjunct university professor. An education technology trainer and consultant, he has a Ph.D. in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation from Syracuse University and has authored several books on innovative teaching techniques.
- Rob Goldberg: Rob now serves as Director of Education Sales in the Eastern U.S. He has over 25 years of experience in interactive education, having served as Director of Sales for Visual Systems at Panasonic North America as well as President, Americas Markets & Board of Directors, at Promethean. Rob also held numerous sales leadership positions in the Education Technology Market for Apple.
- Michele Gill-Conte: Michele has joined Samsung as Key Account Manager, supporting schools and campuses across the Northeast. She possesses over 25 years of experience in sales and account management for Pre-K-12 software and hardware. Most recently, she was Vice President of Strategic Sales, Northeast, at Boxlight. Prior to that, she served as a strategic sales leader at Promethean for eight years.
- Jim Kuziela: Based in Chicago, Jim is the Key Account Manager for Samsung’s education customers in the Midwest. For the last 11 years, Jim has acquired extensive direct and channel sales experience in education and interactive technologies, including previously as Regional Business Manager for Education at Viewsonic.
To discover more online about Samsung’s full portfolio of Education Solutions, please visit: https://www.samsung.com/us/business/solutions/industries/education/