A document camera, visualiser or digital presenter is a
great way to save trees, and your own energy! Use the document camera to
project images of notes, quizzes, and worksheets that would normally be photocopied.
Save yourself from writing the same series of notes multiple times during the day.
Written notes are an excellent way to help students learning English and
students with certain learning disabilities who may not otherwise be able to
take notes quickly from verbal lectures. Using a document camera, visualiser or
digital presenter also allows you to face the class while demonstrating written
notes, instead of having your back to the class while writing on the board.
1. Prepare notes for classroom lesson.
2. Use a blank sheet of paper to uncover sections as you
progress through the notes.
3. While lecturing, use a document camera, visualiser or
digital presenter to project your notes for all students to see.
4. As a review or as an open notebook quiz, place small
sticky notes over strategically important words or phrases in the notes. Assign
number to each blank. Project the image with a Document camera, visualiser or
digital presenter. Have students consult their notes to correctly fill in each