Researchers claim that because of the available K–12 content today, students are turning into digital natives, and they learn more effectively. Solutions for easy-to-use, scalable, and secure displays provide teachers more power over the curriculum. Teachers may design more engaging lessons by writing or typing on digital boards, drawing attention to subjects with highlights, circles, arrows, or zooming in—as well as sharing multimedia information like videos, webpages, presentations, and photographs. Even numerous parts of the digital board for teaching can be created so that multiple students can use it effectively and simultaneously.