Module 3 in the All Things Document Cameras Series
In this module, you will learn five of our top tips for using a document camera as a tool to maximize a multisensory approach in your tutoring sessions.
Time to complete: 25 minutes
Document Cameras and a Multisensory Approach: Top Tips
Place saver video clip five useful tips and tricks to maximize your multisensory approach.
Download and review these two useful guides:
Place saver PDF downloads
- Steps for taking a screen shot and ideas where this can be useful (PDF)
- Steps for side-by-side gallery view in Zoom and ideas where this can by useful (PDF)
Take and Use Screenshots in Your Session
- Figure out how to take a screenshot on your device
- Take some screenshots and save them on your device
- Start a Zoom session and pratice opening and annotating your screenshots in a meeting
- Sign into Zoom on a second device (simulating your learner). See how the annotation toolbar works from your learner’s perspective.
You can download a QuickStart Guide for each of the document cameras here:
- IPEVO Mirror-Cam – place saver PDF
- IPEVO Do-Cam – place saver PDF
- IPEVO V4K PRO – place saver PDF
When you are ready, download and review this place saver PDF: Steps with screenshots, tips and guidance on troubleshooting.
Reflect on how your learner will benefit from what you have learned in this module.
What are three things that will prove really useful to them?
Place Saver: List of module objectives
We hope you enjoyed the module and have learned a little more about how to use document cameras in your next tutoring session.
Challenge: Use a screenshot in your next session. Show your learner how to annotate the screenshot as part of your lesson plan. Share your ideas in the next Tutors and Tea!
You can review all four modules in this course by clicking on a link below:
- Module 1 – Introduction to IPEVO Document Cameras
- Module 2 – Make Your Own Document Camera
- Module 3 – Document Cameras in a Multisensory Approach – Top Tips
- Module 4 – Choosing the Camera That Works Best for You and Your Learner