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Show text, images, work and objects to the whole class. Reduce workload with live marking, improve inclusion with peer assessment, and lots more.

  • View objects close up using an optical zoom; how else can these be presented live to an entire classroom?
  • Record movie demonstrations; capture methodologies and playback on display, retaining for future use.
  • Use features such as annotation to label key areas of an object, or show spelling, punctuation and grammar.
  • Use the ‘split-screen’ feature to show before and after, correct and incorrect or to highlight differences.

Elementary Technology is one the largest suppliers of visualiser technology into schools – from entry-level to high specification, across all brands.

We work with Gary Talbot, an Assistant Head of Science at a large secondary school, to help our customers with teaching tips, techniques and ideas using education technology.

Complete your details below to ask about our unique programme to help you embed technology into your teaching – starting with a heavily-subsidised visualiser with free training and supporting materials to get you started.




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