Using Visualisers in Schools
Visualisers for education are a way for teachers to use their projectors to get an enhanced range of functionality and have a more dynamic application of digital presentation in the classroom.
At heart, a visualiser – or document camera as they are also known – is a specialised motion camera connected to a projector allowing for close and interactive inspection of an array of learning materials, from images and text, right through to 3D objects to really bring a lesson to life.
Common applications of visualisers can include:
- Show the whole class an example of work
- Allow pupils to read leaning support materials without the need for individual copies
- Live demonstration of a piece of work in real time.
- If you connect to a computer with specific visualiser software, you can have all manner of interactive functions including slow motion, time-lapse, split-screen mirrored images.
To find out more about which make and model is best suited to your specifications, JP-UK’s visualiser comparison guide gives you the full break down to help you make an informed choice.
If you have any specific questions visualisers or any other education support products, you can speak to one of our experts on 0161 474 1200 or visit us online at http://www.jp-uk.co.uk/.