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a quick demonstration of some ways to use a visualiser in the classroom

a quick demonstration of some ways to use a visualiser in the classroom

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    Visualiser Demo Visualiser Demo Presentation Transcript

    • Visualiser Demonstration Danny Nicholson
    • A visualiser is a camera on a flexible arm. Place anything below the camera
    • .. And it will then be displayed on your interactive whiteboard for the whole class to see.
    • Very small objects can be displayed. Removes the need to crowd around the demo area.
    • Use the IWB pens to annotate over the top of the displayed image. Add labels and other Information.
    • Can be used to display text. Removes need for photocopying. Display student work – exam questions etc
    • Demonstrate practical work. Could even capture as a video.
    • Dissections – hearts, kidneys, flowers etc
    • Can zoom in very close to show fine detail.
    • Use IWB camera tool to capture and bring into IWB software can then add more labels and annotations
    • Left Ventricle Right Ventricle Right Atrium Left Atrium Could even convert labels into text and form the basis of a “ drag and drop” labelling Activity.
    • Danny Nicholson Think Bank Ltd www.think-bank.com www.whiteboardblog.co.uk