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Getting ready for your smart board

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  • 1. From: Xaras Collins-BrownSent: Wednesday, June 09, 2010 11:42 AMTo: WSSDTeachers; Elementary Principals; Secondary PrincipalsCc: Mark FinlaysonSubject: Getting Ready for Your SMART BoardAttachments: Whiteboards in the English Classroom.pdf Here’s a few reasons why:  Reflect on lessons while ideas are still fresh because there’s a good chance you won’t remember in August  Prep your lessons at leisurely pace over your summer  Put ideas in motion on the beach, in the mountains, or in your backyard with the SMART Notebook 10 software on your personal computer  Get familiar with teacher-created materials on the SMART Exchange  Meet and collaborate with teachers on the SMART Exchange  August sessions are almost full Not sure about why or how you would use a SMART Board with your lessons…read this article (see attachment) to learn how to help your “students sharpen their skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and critical thinking.” The title says “English” but the instructional strategies apply to all subjects and grade levels. REGISTER at www.wssd.org/Summer- Technology-WorkshopsSMART Board 101 SMART Board 102This workshop is designed This workshop is designed forfor teachers who will have teachers with access toaccess to a SMART Board SMART Boards in their
  • 2. next year. Participants will classrooms. Participants willlearn how to use the learn how to create dynamicSMART Board as a and engaging lessons with thepresentation tool with NOTEBOOK 10applications they already software. Each person willuse like PowerPoint and the receive a free copy for homeInternet. It is recommended use.that SMART Board 102 betaken as a follow-up. Session ISession I Date: Wednesday,Date: Friday, June 23rdJune 25th Time: 9:00 a.m. toTime: 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. (4 hours)to 12:00 p.m. (3 hours) Location: SHMS RoomLocation: SHMS C321Room C321 Facilitator: DaveFacilitator: Stephanie Mendell, WESCairone-King, SHMS Class size: 15 personsClass size: 15 maxpersons max Session IISession II Date: Monday,Date: Monday, August 23rdAugust 23rd Time: 11:30 a.m.Time: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (4 hours)to 11:30 a.m. (3 hours) Location: SHMS RoomLocation: SHMS C321Room C321 Facilitator: DaveFacilitator: Dave Mendell, WESMendell, WES Class size: 15 personsClass size: 15 persons maxmaxXaras Collins-Brown, M.EdTechnology Integrator 6-12Thinkfinity Certified TrainerSTAR Discovery EducatorWallingford-Swarthmore SD205 S. Providence RoadWallingford, PA 19086(610) 892-3470 x2130www.wssd.org/technologyxcollins-brown@wssd.org
  • 3. www.strathhavencff.wikispaces.comSkype Name: xaras.collins.brown