get a document camera. Its like a live overhead projector. everything
the camera looks at is immediately projected on the screen. And its
not as expensive as some other tech.
On Sep 13, 2009, at 8:22 AM, San D Hasselman wrote:
> I haven't taught jewelry in over 20 years. Three ideas come
> immediately to mind.
> 1) put a powerpoint together.
> 2) get a demonstration table, which essentially is a table with a
> tilted mirror overhead. (our home ec teachers had one)
> 3) Do a live feed with a video camera that gets projected onto a
> screen or TV (of course make a video of it to save to show the next
> group). Live feed isn't that hard to do, you need a camera, tripod,
> cables from camera to either your computer, tv or projector (ask
> your tech folks).
> San D
>> This is my first year teaching a jewelry class and I was wondering
>> other HS teachers do their demonstrations - the work is so small I've
>> had to break the class into groups and demonstrate about 4 times. In
>> the meantime I can't help the rest of the class - there has to be a
>> better way?
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