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Next Big Thing: Teachscape Reflect

No, this is not a spy camera, but it can capture a realistic snapshot of a “day in the life” in the classroom.
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No, this is not a spy camera, but it can capture a realistic snapshot of a “day in the life” in the classroom. The new Teachscape Reflect combines 360-degree video-capture hardware and online software to provide a panoramic view of a classroom. Teachscape Reflect hardware includes a low-profile lightweight device combining two HD video cameras and two HD wireless microphones to provide a 360-degree view. After recording, the video footage is uploaded to Teachscape’s secure Web site. The resulting footage can help teachers reflect on their teaching, share instructional practices, and receive timely coaching support.
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