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"Geometry is a skill of the eyes and the hands as well as of the mind." (Jean Pedersen)
another idea for use of document camera
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dhays
Posted 11/10/2005 8:33 PM (#330)
Subject: another idea for use of document camera
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Location: Henry Clay
While using the document camera and after completing a work-a-long sheet with my class, I save the sheet that I wrote on and give it to a student that was absent. This way they have a record of all the examples that were worked out in class while they were gone.
mgraves
Posted 3/28/2006 5:09 PM (#811 - in reply to #330)
Subject: RE: another idea for use of document camera
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I do the same thing each day but with all our notes. I then keep a notebook for each class and if someone is absent they can copy all the notes and examples. I can even send notes to SAFE or for suspensions. mg
dhays
Posted 3/29/2006 8:55 PM (#815 - in reply to #330)
Subject: RE: another idea for use of document camera
Math

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Location: Henry Clay
Once I started doing this the better students began asking for the saved notes. They really appreciate having these and it takes no time at all. When I finish with notes I just write the names of the students that were absent on it and the date and offer it to them upon their return. I really think it has made a huge difference with these kids.
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