1. A Fantastic Blended Learning Tool
Are you tired of repeating your mini lessons when practicing group-based learning? Maybe you’ve found a solution in painstakingly crafting handouts for each group that deliver the curriculum for you. But is this really saving you time?
If you have an eGlass, you could outsmart this hassle by using it to record your mini lessons. Just record your lesson – writing on the eGlass while you make eye contact with your (future) audience for added impact and engagement! And if you have access to multiple computers, try recording a mini lesson for each group or station. This will automate your entire lesson, giving you the freedom to float around as additional support where needed.