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Technology for supervising trainee teachers of deaf students

In the United Kingdom, expert teachers of deaf students have tried experimental technology for supervising trainee teachers.
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In the United Kingdom, expert teachers of deaf students have tried experimental technology for supervising trainee teachers. The trainee sets an iPad or other tablet on a robotic turntable in the classroom where they are teaching their first deaf students. The expert uses the tablet to monitor the trainee. Trainees are also able to watch a video recording of their own teaching. They use the recording to analyze how they taught and how to improve.

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