Whether you’re a student, a teacher, educational assistant or administrator, it seems that the Swivl holds the potential to create opportunities to increase feedback about things such as classroom dynamics, student learning, teacher learning, audience engagement, and it may even be a cost effective method for recording EdCamp sessions.
This tool could really give a teacher eyes in the back of their heads, especially in today’s learning environment where you have groups of students collaborating. A teacher can’t possibly see everything that’s going on, and this might provide insights that were previously difficult or impossible to see.
This device, or something like it, could hold the key to unlocking a different way of approaching many things that once required a team effort. Check it out at swivl.com and please share your thoughts and any experiences you may have had with a swivl.