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Classroom Products 24" Tall Computer Privacy Shield, Black/Kraft, 20/Box (2420 BK)

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Item #: 901-24285151
  Model #: 2420 BK
Brand: Classroom Products
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Classroom Products 24 Tall Computer Privacy Shield, Black/Kraft, 20/Box (2420 BK)
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For computer-based testing and independent projects, cardboard computer privacy shields allow students and test-takers to stay focused. When a student needs to concentrate on an important online assessment or project, computer dividers promote productivity and prevent cheating. By reducing distractions, privacy shields (testing carrels) help protect and maintain the learning process. As a result, students can stay on track to meet their educational goals. These low-cost computer dividers encourage students and other proficiency test-takers to work independently without distraction. Each 24-inch-tall carrel has a 28? width and 26? depth for ample testing space. A rear notch opening allows for easy maintenance of wired computer cables. Today, distractions are everywhere—especially in schools. Computer desk dividers are often necessary in classrooms and school computer labs to keep students productive and engaged in important assessments. Individual computer privacy shields help create a classroom environment that is more learner-friendly. For example, secure testing carrels guarantee that a student is being properly assessed for learning progress. These key results help teachers gain accurate insight and inspire students to prepare accordingly. Thus, simple tools enhance each student’s ability to flourish in the educational environment. As a motivational tool, these cardboard privacy folders help students and teachers have a better experience in the classroom. Cardboard testing carrels are also useful for computer-based entrance exams, certification exams, and more. By designing your testing center to prevent cheating, you ensure valid test results and accurate academic placement. When test-takers are taking professional certification exams, it is even more important to guarantee that their results are accurate. Computer privacy screens are the perfect low-cost security solution for your computer-based testing center. An ample 24? rise allows you to place computer testing stations closer together. As a result, you can use your testing center space more efficiently. Our corrugated desk dividers are available in three colors so you can customize the look of your computer-based testing labs.
  • Our privacy shields are guaranteed to set level due to a special manufacturing process. Sides will not swing.
  • Unlike other shields with sharp pointy square corners, our rounded corners provide a safer work area
  • Easily stores flat
  • Made of Durable, recyclable, 32ECT Corrugated cardboard material. 100% U.S.A. Made!
  • Provides great privacy for voters
  • No students fighting over colors! “I want the red one!” . . . “I want the yellow one!” . . . etc.
  • Our portable privacy shields are easy to set up, store flat and provide a professional look to the classroom
  • Discourage cheating and help improve student focus by reducing distractions
  • Our computer privacy shields work with most flat screen monitors. (For larger CRT monitors see our 17? or 23? Adjustable Privacy Shields)
  • Cut-out in the back for wiring
  • Color: Black interior, Kraft exterior
  • 20 computer privacy shields per box
Specifications
True Color : Black Inside / Kraft Outside Weight (lbs.) : 28 Material of Item : Cardboard Height in Inches : 24
Width in Inches : 28 Depth in Inches : 26 Teaching Aid Type : Classroom Organization Brand : Classroom Products
Customizable : No
Weight : 42.00 lbs. per Box
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