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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lenovo for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

As a teacher, visual aids are a must to keep students motivated and lessons understood. It’s no rocket science that students’ attention span is as short as the girls’ skirt on hot summer days. Haha. And in this modern age of technology, if you teach your students the “old school” way, you will be branded as “uncool”. Well, I had to admit, I love innovation. Who doesn’t? That is the reason why there is an apps for everything. Wink* And if we are talking about teaching and learning process there is no better way to accomplish one’s teaching objective that to use innovation. And for this modern technology is one of the best teaching tools that a teacher can utilize to teach more effectively and efficiently.

And as a modern and innovative teacher, I am always in the lookout for new tools to use to benefit my students. And one of the new innovations we have around is the Lenovo ThinkVision. Yes, this baby is a state-of-the-art thingy that will make any student motivated and focused on any lesson I present. And with the convenience of a laptop, my lessons will be presented in high quality production that I bet will help my students pass the subject [wishful-thinkingly].
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What I like about this mobile monitor that is only under two pounds and less than an inch thick. It is easy to set up and I can carry it anywhere where I need it. And then, I don’t have to drag my bag-on-the-wheel where I used to put my rolls-upon-rolls of tattered manila paper visual aids that I handmade years ago. Hayyy.

Well, this ThinkVision is not only good for teaching. It is an innovation that will benefit any field of expertise from business to education. And right now you can avail a 10% off the ThinkVision LCD monitor if you purchase it online. Just refer to the following information:

Code: LENOVOMONITOR10
Dates: 3/1/12 - 3/31/12
Discount: 10% off
Part number: 1452DS6

So what are you waiting for? Get yourself this ThinkVision and get that innovation in your hand.

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