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The Use of Visualisers in Schools

An evaluation for Interactive Education Ltd.

John Cuthell

Year of posting: 2008


This evaluation has been produced by MirandaNet for Interactive Education Ltd. The aim of the evaluation was to gauge the views of teacher and pupil users of its Genee Vision Visualiser, and the ways in which it has impacted on their teaching, learning and work practice.

This research collected data from the Genee Vision user base provided by Interactive Education to investigate the perceptions of teachers of the impact of the visualiser on learning, teaching and workflow. 

Data was collected through email contact, online questionnaires and personal interviews.


Visualisers classroom use curriculum areas pedagogical implications

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