What Teachers Are Saying

Testimonials & Case Studies from Schools using Visualisers




Teacher & Advisor Testimonials

"The service provided by Go Education was excellent. Their consultant recommended the most appropriate visualisers to meet our needs and budget. On his advice, we ordered 6 Aver F30 visualisers, were delivered within 2 days. Not only was the price the cheapest, but the icing on the cake was the Free of Charge Training. The training provided was excellent at engaging and educating staff on how to fully utilise the visualisers in all areas of learning. These are now extensively used and all the teachers and children love them. I have already used one in the assembly and we are about to use it in PE. They are proving to be some of the most useful and versatile devices that we have ever used. Quite honesly, the sky can be the limit when I think of the uses we can put the visualisers to in the school. A small but significant benefit, it has already reduced our photo-copier costs."

"Seeing the enormous benefits of some truly honest advice, I have no hesitation in recommending Go Education as a reputable supplier for school looking to buy not just visualisers, but any other classroom equipment."

Mrs L Batey

Headteacher, Longtown Primary School, Carlisle
"Just to let you know the 15 Samsung visualisers have just arrived 48 hours from order to site. Many thanks for your technical advice, very competitive pricing and excellent customer service. The teachers are very excited at the prospect of displaying items and text effortlessly and I am looking forward to reduced photocopying bills! Has been a pleasure doing business with your company."

Georgina Compton

St Augustine's Primary School

"The cheap sub £100 visualisers we purchased from another supplier were unreliable and we have stopped using them.In contrast the 15 GeneeVision 6100s we bought from you have been brilliant.Thank you

Being able to praise work immediately by presenting it with a Visualiser and annotating their achievements has had a dramatic effect on the motivation and emotional efficiency of the class"
Mr Kevin Oakley
St Marys Catholic Primary School
"Visualisers are Creating a Revolution in the Classroom
Plug it in, switch it on and you are immediately ready to transform the look of learning

Display objects and texts whole-class size, and watch as pupils are instantly engaged by the truly visual nature of the visualiser. Let the children use it to explore objects, like plants and minibeasts. A spider or some frog spawn will fill the screen and allow close examination The impact on practical skills like sawing and cutting and pencil and brushwork in art are immense.

Share pupil's work for peer-assessment and self-marking, with the whole class involved in the assessment for learning process, working to help each other improve writing and other curricular objectives.

Avoid classroom management issues, as all pupils are able to see what is being projected from wherever they are in the class. The immediacy of sharing a text or object without the need to photocopy reduces photocopying bills drastically.

Show and Tell time is so boring? Not anymore! With the visualiser pupils can share items that they have brought to school, allowing all pupils to see, whilst enhancing speaking and listening skills. Assemblies are transformed through the celebration of good work and visual stimuli too.

Even the least ICT confident teachers and teaching assistants are instantly engaged by the power of the visualiser. It is a complementary technology, not viewed as a replacement for existing teaching methodology.

Display documents at staff meetings and even connect to video-conferencing equipment too. The visualiser is an extremely versatile and essential piece of equipment for the modern schools. Once you have one, you will not want to let it leave your school again!"

Mr. Dave Smith

ICT Consultant and Curriculum Adviser

The London Borough of Havering Inspection and Advisory Services

Chair of the Visualiser Forum

"Over the last ten years, many of our classrooms have been transformed into temples of technology but how much of the learning that takes place with that technology is about real experiences and hands-on activity?

What our teachers love about visualisers is that they allow children to make connections between what they can see and what they can do no more wobbly writing on the whiteboard, write on real paper instead; stop those simulations of making an electrical circuit and use real batteries, real wires, and real fingers to join them up. Children can be at the heart of the learning, talking to one another about what they're doing rather than having to translate an abstract experience on a whiteboard into one that they can understand".

"It is not too extravagant to say that when used effectively and with training, guidance and support, visualisers can transform the way teachers teach and children learn. Now how many tools in your classroom can you say that about?"

Ms. Amy Blackmore

eLearning Curriculum Adviser

Somerset Local Authority
'The class using the Elmo Visualiser reduced its photopying by a third¯

I would definitely recommend the Elmo Visualiser and Slate. I can now teach from anywhere in the classroom
We wanted 30 affordable visualisers that generated a good quality image, simple to use and highly portable, all of which we found in the Lumens DC120