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JD WilliamsonTechnology CoordinatorWestfall Local Schools
This is not just an overhead projector. It is so much more…..
The overhead projector was originally createdto train soldiers during World War II.Education has been using this device fo...
Display paper printouts, slides and eventransparenciesDisplay text or photos from a bookDisplay three-dimensional objectsS...
Students can showcase their workTake snapshot of student work and email to parentLive demonstrations under the camera lens...
Science teachers can display items that are not likely going to be passedaround to the classDemonstrate the interactions o...
Teachers and students can work problems underthe live camera lensShare student created, written and illustrated storyprobl...
EVERY book can be a BIG bookFluency practice showing text a line at a timeHold book reviews in class and display favorite ...
Capture rough draft, and another of the revisionStudent authors share their writingWrite collaborative poetryPeer revision...
Create and share 3- dimensional topographical mapsStudents bring pictures of their family, share family traditionsand hist...
Create and share 3- dimensional topographical mapsStudents bring pictures of their family, share family traditionsand hist...
Claymation animationFocus on an artist’s work and style, display works of art frombooks about the artistFold origami in li...
Capture daily work and activities and post to a class websiteSaved images can be incorporated into Power PointPresentation...
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Ways to use the SMART Document Camera
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Ways to use the SMART Document Camera

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Ways to use the SMART Document Camera

  1. 1. JD WilliamsonTechnology CoordinatorWestfall Local Schools
  2. 2. This is not just an overhead projector. It is so much more…..
  3. 3. The overhead projector was originally createdto train soldiers during World War II.Education has been using this device for almost60 years.Digital Natives need to be engaged andencouraged to actively participate in thediscussion.
  4. 4. Display paper printouts, slides and eventransparenciesDisplay text or photos from a bookDisplay three-dimensional objectsSave a “live” image and display on SMART boardZoom in and out capability
  5. 5. Students can showcase their workTake snapshot of student work and email to parentLive demonstrations under the camera lens to showstudents what exactly is being asked of themHow to fill out a standardized test form, under thecamera, so students can see how to correctly prepare theformAllow the students to use the camera to display notes theytook while collaborating in their work groups
  6. 6. Science teachers can display items that are not likely going to be passedaround to the classDemonstrate the interactions of liquidsRecord observations of growth and changes in a terrariumPlant seeds and document changes in growth by capturing a series ofimagesFor a short amount of time, place a small bug or insect under the cameraand observe its movement and habitsShow various animal, rock, and plant specimens. Dissecting animals canbe done under the camera with students following along on theirspecimens. X-rays can also be displayed
  7. 7. Teachers and students can work problems underthe live camera lensShare student created, written and illustrated storyproblemsDemonstrate functions on a scientific or graphingcalculator without the use of special overheadDemonstrate difficult equations live or record it onvideo to play back or post to district website orBlackboardDemonstrate how to plot a graph on regular graphpaper
  8. 8. EVERY book can be a BIG bookFluency practice showing text a line at a timeHold book reviews in class and display favorite passages frombooksExamine the format for Reading and Language Arts tests to learntest taking strategiesManipulate letters for phonics and spelling lessonsTake video of a child reading. After watching it, read it again forfluency and expression. Compare the two…
  9. 9. Capture rough draft, and another of the revisionStudent authors share their writingWrite collaborative poetryPeer revision and editing of student writingExamine and mark a newspaper article for the specializedstructure of writing in the news genreObtain forms such as a job application. Demonstrate the writingskill of filling out formsModel sentence and paragraph structure, punctuation andgrammar editing
  10. 10. Create and share 3- dimensional topographical mapsStudents bring pictures of their family, share family traditionsand historyDisplay and discuss current events, articles, and politicalcartoons from newspapers and magazinesExamine maps in detail. Zoom in on hard to read small printand focus students on specific regions of a mapShow pictures of historical events or places from a bookLook at money from foreign countries
  11. 11. Create and share 3- dimensional topographical mapsStudents bring pictures of their family, share family traditionsand historyDisplay and discuss current events, articles, and politicalcartoons from newspapers and magazinesExamine maps in detail. Zoom in on hard to read small printand focus students on specific regions of a mapShow pictures of historical events or places from a bookLook at money from foreign countries
  12. 12. Claymation animationFocus on an artist’s work and style, display works of art frombooks about the artistFold origami in live demonstrations – and everyone can seeZoom in on impressionist art noticing the brush strokes ofcolor. Then zoom out and notice how the eye blends thecolorsShare student art examples. Their work and neatnessimproves when they know they will share it with the classDemonstrate drawing techniques such as creating texture
  13. 13. Capture daily work and activities and post to a class websiteSaved images can be incorporated into Power PointPresentations and Windows Movie Maker to use in activitiessuch as end of year programs, classroom review and back toschool nightsFocus student attention on a keyboard and demonstrate atechniqueMake electronic boards and components more visibleTake apart electronic gadgets, show different parts and howit works
  14. 14. Mixed Reality

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