“Try to look at everything through the eyes of a child.” – Ruth Draper
Facial cues and gesture are essential to effective instruction, and Learning Glass is a wonderful educational tool to use with young children in the classroom.
It may be used by teachers, which allows them to communicate with their students while maintaining all-important eye contact. Or it may be used by students, to demonstrate how to do examples in math, science, writing, language, or art.
Students absolutely love the idea of writing on glass, and the bright lights and colors make it extremely popular. Try it and see for yourself how Learning Glass is a unique way to stare directly into the eyes of a child as they have their own “Aha” moment.
Today’s college student has the world at their fingertips, and capturing their attention is half the battle. They are not satisfied with old-school ways of learning. See how Learning Glass can help you prepare for tomorrow … today.