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I am a teacher with a large classroom. The room us very narrow, but long. Consequently, I inevitably have students in the back that can't see. To get around this problem, I am trying to have both a front-of-room and back-of-room display.

I considered rearranging my classroom so that the students sat longways, and asked other teachers for input with doing that. However, it won't work in my classroom for 2 reasons: 1) it is a science room and the lab tables are fixed to the long walls, 2) the room is so narrow that arranging things that way would make it so that most of the students in the front row would not be able to see the display

My main computer connects to a projector. I currently splice those so that I drag what I want to display over to the projector screen.

I have a 2nd computer in the back of the room, connected to a Promethean board. I would like to set it up so that whatever is showing up on my projector screen, also shows on that 2nd computer, and therefore the Promethean.

Any ideas of how I could accomplish this?

We use Windows 7/10 if that factors in.
Date: Aug 12, 2017   


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