Heworth Grange Comprehensive School -Visualisers

case-study-visualiser

What is the project?

To use the visualiser as an alternative to using a whiteboard in a City Learning Centre classroom with visiting classes aged 4 to 16 years.

Key objectives/outcomes

  • To give pupils instructions.
  • Remind pupils of keyboard shortcuts.
  • To give pupils information.
  • Replace the whiteboard for the classroom.

Actions taken

Using the visualiser is an integral part to the lesson preparation. The teachers use prepared sheets, printed screenshots of the screen, or a blank sheet to record on during the lesson.
Evidence of success
The visualiser has been a successful alternative to writing on a whiteboard! The technicians were genuinely impressed by how easy it was to set up.
Summary
Gives children of all ages in the CLC and using this classroom, the ability to zoom into instructions has been a huge benefit for some pupils.
  • To give pupils instructions.
  • Remind pupils of keyboard shortcuts.
  • To give pupils information.
  • Replace the whiteboard for the classroom.

The future

We would be able to recommend using a visualiser in a classroom, when we are asked about suitable equipment for school classrooms. Once I realised how easy the visualiser was to use and how useful zoom would be, I loved it.
Peter Haywood
CLC Manager