Technology Can Help Parents with Their Kids’ Homework, Says Computer Science Professor

Article ID: 621728

Released: 7-Aug-2014 4:00 PM EDT

Source Newsroom: Lewis University

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  • Credit: Lewis University

    Dr. Ray Klump, professor and chair of Mathematics and Computer Science Director, Master of Science in Information Security Lewis University http://online.lewisu.edu/ms-information-security.asp, http://online.lewisu.edu/resource/engineering-technology/articles.asp, http://cs.lewisu.edu. You can find him on Google+.

Heading back to school means parents have to re-enter their role as “homework helpers.”

Dr. Ray Klump, chair and professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Lewis University, tells parents that they can use technology to help them with their kid’s homework.

Using an Apple TV and an App, like Doceri, parents can turn their TVs into white boards to practice lessons with their children. Andriod tablet users can use Miracast and Push-To-TV to get a whiteboard on their TVs.

Get more information by reading Dr. Ray Klump’s article “A Simple In-Home Set Up to Help Your Kids with Their Homework.”


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