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Teachers TV: Visualisers

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Last updated 30 May 2013, created 17 November 2010, viewed 8,315

’Time Savers’ examines visualisers, an easy piece of kit which projects live action onto a whiteboard and can record it too.

Maths teacher, Cath Smithies, demonstrates how she uses it in lesson to demonstrate, record and replay constructions.

In the More…Deaf Resource Base, Communicator for the Deaf, Stuart Heron, is often called on by teachers to give lessons at short notice. The visualiser means Stuart can project any resource onto the whiteboard so it’s easily accessible by every pupil and enables him to keep his hands free - vital for when he is signing for pupils.

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Useful video as well as lesson plans to help teachers with using Visualisers

from dawnhallybone, 28 November 2011
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