Woodstock School, India (II)
CP130 is perfect for instructing biology
Woodstock School in the Indian Himalayas
is one of the most highly esteemed Christian international schools in South Asia.
Established in 1854, Woodstock aims to train responsible global citizens and leaders
by providing world-class international education rooted in Christian heritage and
values, for diverse groups of students, especially those from families with Christian
or public service backgrounds. The school provides K-12 education, with a residence
program introduced later in elementary school. Classes follow up through the twelfth
grade. Its alumni are active in almost every part of the globe and they continually
support the development of this exciting and effective center of learning.
AVerVision CP130 is a very useful teaching tool. There are things that are easy
with a visualizer which would otherwise be complex or difficult without one.”
- Mr. Raymond Husthwaite, Biology Teacher and Science Department Head, Woodstock
AVerVision CP130 makes teaching
easier and more comfortable with its easy-to-use operation. It benefits teaching
in the classroom by making it easy to project live action and avoiding the hassle
of having to gather the students around the demonstrator when describing a technique
The usage and benefits are not only just that, but
cameras) also transform the educator’s teaching style for the
better. AVerVision CP130
makes it easy to illustrate imaging textbooks when we only have a single copy, or
we can simply put question and answer worksheets on the screens when we only have
printed versions,” said Mr. Raymond Husthwaite, biology teacher and head of
the science department at Woodstock School.
The AVerVision CP130, with a
live image projection capability, makes biology laboratory experiments very useful
when demonstrating sectioning of a plant stem. Thanks to the flexible gooseneck,
examining an object at a precise angle under the camera becomes effortless. Students
could follow the experiment procedures simultaneously and practice it in real-time
in the laboratory by themselves.