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Using a mouse and keyboard may be difficult for those with disabilities, so touch displays make the classroom more accessible. A stylus or 'touch' may be simpler to use with the same or equivalent outcomes for those who have arthritis and find it contesting to use a mouse or keyboard. Everyone agrees that interactive screens for classrooms make the classroom more enjoyable.
In general, pupils are more interested when being taught by teachers who can grab their attention. As a result, the classroom is more unified. Teachers may combine new class activities, such as games, multimedia, and active discussions with on-screen annotations, via active learning and support for all learning styles. There is no need for hardware training, and these displays are simple to build.