Primary school students are engaging with technology in the classroom (and from home), more than ever before.
Using digital ink, students retain information more effectively and express themselves more freely than with a keyboard alone. For little learners, whether using a keyboard or a pen, research suggests that having the right-sized device is of critical importance in helping develop computer literacy skills1.
In this video, Microsoft Device Specialist Mackenzie Jackson demonstrates the power of the pen on the perfectly pint-sized Surface Go 2. With a compact design, 10.5-inch screen and convertible form factor, the Surface Go 2 is the perfect classroom companion for little learners.
Contact a Microsoft Device Specialist to request a demonstration unit or to learn more about the Surface Go 2.
1. Mackenzie. 2017. Why Australia is falling behind in teaching keyboarding and handwriting. [Online] Available at https://www.aare.edu.au/blog/?p=2450