Two New Nashville Schools Open with Educational Technology Clear Touch in Classrooms

It is an exciting start to a new school year for two elementary schools in Metro Nashville Public Schools. Waverley-Belmont Elementary and Smith Springs Elementary both just finished renovations on their buildings. In addition, they have implemented new technology and Clear Touch Interactive panels inside their classrooms.

“Since we are one of the two technology demonstration schools … we needed to get our ducks in a row and pick meaningful technology,” says Kimber Halliburton, Principal of Waverley-Belmont Elementary.

Teachers will use Clear Touch Interactive panels, which are large touch-screen displays with integrated PCs with the ability to allow teachers to create interactive lessons in minutes, mirror other devices, and copy or record lessons in order to send to out-of-class students.

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