Samsung School Solution Revolutionizes Learning in Riverside Secondary School

A recent K-12 case study shows that teachers, administrators, students and parents agree that the Samsung School solution transforms the classroom into an interactive learning experience.

Samsung School - Riverside

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, November 19, 2013 — In Port Coquitlam, Canada, students and teachers of Riverside Secondary School are reaping the benefits of the Samsung School solution, as they are the first of many Canadians to pilot the program designed to seamlessly integrate tablet technology into K-12 classrooms.

“In my thirty years as a teacher, this is the most impactful technology solution I’ve ever seen in the classroom,” said Deb Nordheimer, grade eleven teacher at Riverside Secondary School, B.C. “It has not only made it easier for me to manage my classroom, but it’s brought an energy to my students because it’s so interactive.”

The Samsung School initiative employs the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet to promote dynamic and creative learning, as students have the option to mark up learning material with accompanying photos and text.

“Samsung School is the best combination of education and technology,” said Riverside Secondary Middle School student, Iman Baharmand. “It’s made learning fun. I love using the tablet.”

Luckily for Riverside Secondary School, Samsung partnered with Advanced Education to provide the tablets across Canada. “We are honored to assist in bringing the Samsung School solution to Canada,” said Advanced’s Product Manager for Samsung School, Paul Weatherhead. “Advanced Education seeks to enhance the overall learning experience, and Educational Technology initiatives do just that. We have no doubt that more schools across the country will enhance their classroom with Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets.”

Samsung School, a digital education solution, creates a cohesive tablet device environment for K-12 classrooms by using the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 for screen sharing, screen monitoring, student device control, remote content sharing, content management and formative assessments.

The initiative enables beneficial, easy-to-use tasks for the classroom, including instant quizzes and virtual group collaborations.

School districts in Canada may purchase the specially configured and priced Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets either through direct purchase order to Advanced Education or through purchases made at a specially created online store located at

Advanced Education, a division of Advanced Inc., is at the forefront of the educational revolution by introducing and supporting the integration of interactive technology into classrooms throughout Canada. The company assists with any type of integration solution from a single projector or SMART Board to BYOD technology plans for an entire school district. Advanced Education is much more than a technology provider. Their team of education consultants also works directly with teachers, school districts, colleges, and universities to develop and deliver relevant, curriculum based professional development sessions for educators.

Samsung School - Riverside

About Advanced

Advanced is a leading audiovisual and collaborative communications company working with corporations, government agencies, healthcare, and educational organizations throughout Canada and beyond. Dedicated to innovation in technology and services, Advanced has a strong set of businesses aligned to meet today’s needs. The company offers presentation and videoconferencing solutions in addition to complete integrated systems, visual collaboration systems, rental and staging services, repair, maintenance, and value-added integration services including design and engineering, installation and audiovisual consulting. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Advanced also has offices in Ottawa, Toronto, London and Sudbury with partner offices located in Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver. To learn more visit

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