In this example I have bought liquid chalk to use the glass as a novel way to illustrate a lesson. The second example is a mind map for Spanish teaching.
The digital camera is an easy way to keep a record of your work for reflecting later.
My first digital camera was tiny, it fitted in my handbag, and for that reason I used it often and without thinking it became a part of my handbag assets. I can't believe it, but that was 14 years ago I bought my first digital camera.
It was in reflection one day that I realised how my enthusiasm had changed because the little digital camera opened up opportunities I could not have imagined.
The first was keeping a record of the explanations in the classroom. I found it hard to reflect from home without closing my eyes and pretending I was back in class to "see" the events of the day unfold. natural
Taking a picture of just one situation (without children of course) I could remember the whole lesson and I could then expand on that lesson.
From all angles the practical uses I found with this tool include being able to: