To better use our Lumens Document cameras to engage students and promote student achievement.
Lumens is not your old fashioned overhead. This brilliant red "ladybug" in your classroom can be used for so much more than just displaying images.
In this video, the Lumens is used to make a 3-D chemical reaction come to life for students.
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Now that we have access to this great equipment, how do we use it. This file offers suggestions broken down by subject area.
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Well written case study on the use of 3D document cameras in classroom. Great info to have if you want to know why it is better to have a 3D camera as opposed to the old-fashioned 2D images.
Source: Lumens Web Site http://188.8.131.52/a/file/news/Lumens_McKeelElemCaseStudy-3d.pdf
How to dive in and start using the basics of your new document camera.
Source: Lumens Web Site http://www.lumens.com.tw/en/a/file/download/DC265-QuickStartGuide-English-2011-0920.pdf
If you want to use your Lumens and Ladibug software to run a 3D presentation you must have the 3D glasses. Try a local theater and see if they'll donate a few to you.
Students will be able to ...
*Create their own crayon etching
Using the Lumens, demonstrate the elements of the story and analyze texts. Create an expository response to literature analysis.