demonstration and sharing meaningful images are essential parts of the teaching process
and can often be the only sure way of knowing that students are actually seeing the
correct structures. there are several ways in which this can be achieved. for large
group work, the cctv camera will allow students to see what the lecturer sees in
live view. this can be either on a tv monitor or laptop/pc. we also have a unique
an excellent series of powerpoint cd-rom presentations describing key principles
in biology and science.
for tutorial groups the multi-headed SP-Teach microscope is ideal with the option
of a system that accommodates from 1 to 4 students. the SP-Teach incorporates an
illuminated ‘wand’ pointer. For one to one teaching or for those on a tight budget,
the teaching eyepiece with integral pointer is a good solution. this will fit any
standard sized eyetube and allow the tutor and student to view simultaneously.
We would be pleased to arrange demonstrations or provide example models for assessment
on request. Please email or telephone for information about our scheme.