Our school has enough document cameras (Elmos) for 1 department. Last year, math (me) had the Elmos. This year, we will not be receiving them. How do you run your math class with no document cameras? I've been brainstorming and I"m thinking about putting everything into a powerpoint and project from their. Luckily, a good chunk of my stuff in already on my computer, so I don't think that'll be too big of a deal. My main concern here, is that I can get word problems onto the screen so that my students and I can work through our solving strategies (CUBES). Most of the others' concerns were regarding the foldables we do for interactive notebooks - folding, cutting, gluing. Y'all know the drill. Our tech person said taking pictures of a pre-made one and putting it in power point was effective. Any experience with this? We DO have a teacher IPAD with an airsever, so I think I'll run everything through that so I can be walking around the classroom running the powerpoint or document or whatever. I know that we can use the Ipads as a document camera with a stand, but the stands we have are very basic and is not tall enough to show an entire page width wise, even with the Ipad zoomed all the way out. The stand also doesn't have an extra light source, so it is very dim on the screen. Overall, it's not a very good replacement so I don't think I will utilizing the Ipad as a document camera much. This year, I had planned to implement Teach Like a Champion's "Show Call" technique where I put a student' work on the screen. Obviously without a document camera this is an issue. My boyfriend, who using an ipad everyday for his job, suggested just taking a photo of the student's work and putting it up through the airserver...has anyone tried this?? Basically, I need a lot of help!!