Friday, October 08, 2010

September's Follow up

Since we were trained on using documents cameras in the classroom, I would like to know how you use OR how you would use a document camera in the classroom to support your curriculum?

5 comments:

Jennifer Godbey said...

I have found myself using my document camera almost every single day. I have used it in various situations, including to show Brainpop Jr. videos that are related to the material that I am teaching and to create graphic organizers with the entire class. It is great to use during whole-group instruction, as well as in small groups. Both my students and I are enjoying and benefiting from having a document camera in the classroom.

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germaine said...

I use my document camera for everything from Go Math to United Steaming.

Debbie said...

I use my document camera in conjunction with my Promethean board. I project various documents onto the Promethean and annotate over them.

Alicane said...

I use the document camera in order to keep the students attention throughout all activities. I especially enjoy it for math. I know the students are working on what I need them to be even if they aren't paying attention to their books. Sometimes, they prefer to see it on the board. Recently I have used it for my Phonics for Reading group of 2nd grade students. The Phonics for Reading program is rather boring and teacher directed. By putting some of my teacher materials on the document camera and displaying it on the whiteboard (instead of the pull-down screen) students can come up and mark up words as they read.

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