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5 ways to use a Classroom Visualiser – Explainer Video

Classroom Visualisers have become an essential tool.

With such a large range of applications, from supporting curriculum-led learning to improving engagement among pupils, the latest range of visualisers are embedded as a daily teaching tool in thousands of schools across the UK.

We’re thrilled to be able to bring a new way of presenting this information to you, and what better way than to hear it from a teacher who uses a classroom visualiser to bring a new engaging level to lessons themselves?

In our latest blog series, Gary Talbot, Assistant Head of Science at Darwen Vale School, outlines five key ways to use a visualiser in the classroom to benefit his lessons, engage his students and bring a new way of presenting, marking and working collaboratively.

Some key benefits of using visualisers in schools include:

  • Supports peer and self-assessment
  • Frees up teachers’ time, improving productivity
  • Improves comprehension and reduces marking
  • Promotes inclusion in the classroom
  • Share best practices and resources across the school

If you would like to get some more information about a Classroom Visualiser, you can speak to one of our experienced Education Technology Consultants by calling 0113 8187930, or alternatively, you can arrange a demonstration, one we can carry out face-to-face or a recorded video in our Customer Experience Centre, just fill out our contact form.

To read more from Gary and how he’s using technology to drive improvement in the classroom, you can view his blog series here.

Visualisers are an important tool in the classroom

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