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Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard
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Smartboard: Interactive Whiteboard

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  • 1. Smart Board TrainingDigital OasisFebruary 2010<br />
  • 2. Beginners and Refresher <br />What are the basic needs when using the interactive whiteboard?<br />Setting it up the wires and the connections<br />Calibration/Orientation<br />Access to the pens and erasers<br />Using the Tool Bar<br />More complex skills<br />
  • 3. Setting it up the wires and the connections<br />Why should we know this?<br />
  • 4. Calibration<br />Needs to be done at least each time you log onto the system to use it e.g. once a day<br />
  • 5. Access to the pens and erasers<br />It is important to understand when you remove a object from the tray- the board assumes you are using it<br />
  • 6. The main Tool bar <br />
  • 7. Having the tool bar available - continued<br />
  • 8. Self-training and revision<br />To continue your own training it is useful if you get time to play on the Smartboard TM for yourself and this will help you get more confident.<br />It will also help you to consider where it is appropriate to include this application in your lesson<br />http://smarttech.com/trainingcenter/material.asp<br />Check out the Notebook software 10 dropdown to look at ‘What’s new in Notebook 10’<br />Lesson activities - http://education.smarttech.com/ste/en-US/Ed+Resource/Lesson+activities/Notebook+Activities/default.htm<br />http://education.smarttech.com/ste/en-US/Ed+Resource/Lesson+activities/Notebook+Activities/Correlated+Search+us.htm<br />
  • 9. Come up and use the toolbar to do something<br />Maybe access the Internet<br />Using the tools<br />If you make a mistake, normally you can click the undo or re-click the icon you clicked originally <br />Please note<br />Save normally, <br /><ul><li> But not to the C drive, onto school shared drive as this will back up correctly
  • 10. Ensure the file type is correct e.g. 2007
  • 11. Give it a sensible name which others can understand- so you can share resources e.g. Sm1_Gd7_Plants</li></li></ul><li>Attachments, Shapes, Sound and Video<br />Recording sound and video may be useful for a starter activity or to round off what has occurred during a lesson<br />Click the Properties tab to format shapes, objects and text<br />Click the Attachments tab to add hyperlinks to or attachments from other software applications to the file.<br />Click the Gallery tab to access collections of SMART’s custom pages, clip art, Adobe® Flash® animations, audio and video you can add to the Notebook file.<br />Click the Page Sorter tab to allow you to see a thumbnail image of each page in the Notebook file, navigate to a different page, create page groups or reorder the pages.<br />
  • 12. Maths Icons<br />Auto-sum function<br />Irregular Shape Creator<br />Regular Shape Creator<br />Compass<br />Table creator-can create graphs<br />Graph wizard<br />TI Calculator – like a graphic calculator<br />
  • 13. National Professional Standards for Teachers <br />The areas which you may impact on are as follows<br />1.4, 1.5<br />2.1, 2.2<br />5.2, 5.3<br />6.2<br />9.2<br />10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4<br />12.1, 12.2<br />

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