The Department of Education ConnectEd initiative will provide 99% of American classrooms and libraries with next-generation broadband.
Provide Power to Improve Learning Experiences
KwikBoost provides customizable charging solutions for K–12 schools, classrooms, faculty lounges, and libraries of all sizes. Charging stations and charging lockers give students and faculty a convenient and secure way to keep their mobile devices powered up, so they can keep pace with today’s digital education.
Taking care of your students and faculty requires more than a single charging station in your classroom or cafeteria. KwikBoost helps you develop a strategy for the optimal number and placement of charging stations and lockers throughout your school, wherever students congregate or wherever power is a necessity.
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The KwikBoost EdgePower™ provides cordless power to student devices by easily securing to desks and tables. Multi-Device Charging Lockers and Carts securely charge student devices.
Estimated 2018 spend for IT in America’s K–12 schools.
63% of physicians perform medical research on tablets.
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The KwikBoost EdgePower™ and Mini Charging Hubs in administrative areas allow staff to securely charge their devices.
U.S. school districts that have or are developing a digital content and curriculum strategy.
Mobile Connectivity Has Forever Changed the Way We Live
KwikBoost Floor Stand and Wall Mounted Charging Stations in common areas, like office lobbies and auditoriums, allow campus visitors to conveniently charge their phones.
How Charging Stations Add Value in K-12
Digital Initiatives Top K–12 Educators’ Priorities
Installing Multi-Device Charging Lockers in the cafeteria gives students the flexibility to enjoy lunch while getting their devices charged up before afternoon classes.
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Tools like Google Classroom and Microsoft Class make it easy for teachers to develop and deliver online assignments and quizzes, grade assignments, and provide online feedback directly to students. But failing batteries make it difficult for students to use new digital resources. Without readily available charging stations, both students and teachers can fall behind on their lessons.
It’s a fact that the 2nd largest barrier to successful implementation of 1:1 or BYOD programs is charging, behind funding.
Students don’t carry battery packs and charging cables in their backpacks. Even if they did, most schools don’t have enough dedicated power outlets in classrooms, cafeterias, and libraries. Nor do they have a way to secure devices while charging, whether they are students’ personal or school issued devices.
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Mobile devices - smartphones, tablets, laptops, and more - are an integral part of both our personal and professional lives. We check them from the time we get up out of bed in the morning until the time we turn out the lights.
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44% of physicians regularly use smartphones to communicate to their staff.
Mobile devices are changing the way K–12 schools and school districts approach education, not to mention how students themselves learn. With schools now connected through broadband networks and digital content and curricula becoming the norm, keeping students’ and teachers’ devices powered up is more than a convenience. It’s an expectation.
Top 5 Tech Priorities Driving Students’ Need for Power
72% of physicians use smarphones to access drug information.
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Teachers that agree loss of power to a tablet or laptop is disruptive to class.
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Powering K-12 Digital Learning Experiences
Mobile devices create a more engaging learning experience with:
Mobile Devices Improve Student Engagement
The KwikBoost EdgePower™ and Power Tables in libraries allow students to do homework and research without worrying about battery life.
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40% of educators report being deterred from using portable electronic devices in-classroom because of limited access to power.
KwikBoost Powers K-12 Digital Learning Experiences
K–12 schools and school districts are updating their infrastructure and curricula to leverage mobile technologies, including digital content, broadband, and wireless connectivity. The goal? Making the classroom experience more engaging for students, while making it more efficient for administrators and teachers.