Version 2: Why Smart Boards: SMARTBoards for Parents and Community Partners

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  • Slide #7 How is it used?
    -to make lessons come alive
    -to enrich and enhance the curriculum
    -to engage the learner with movement
    -to interact with the student
    -to record lessons and post for students
    -enable students to become the teacher by creating material
    -archived lessons shared among staff, schools, districts, globally
    -pause, discuss and annotate over video
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  • software allows learners to produce multi-media content to complement curriculum
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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • How does a SMARTBoard work?
    • What can a SMARTBoard do?
    • Who uses a SMARTBoard?
    • How is it used?
  • 3. Video output from computer to projector Video projected from projector to SMARTBoard Computer sees the SMARTBoard as a giant touch screen ‘mouse’ device. Input data sent to the computer via USB.
  • 4. Classroom can now project a computer video output for the whole class to see. Classroom computer can be used for instructional purposes. - Internet connection enables learning via interactive websites. - Software can be used as a learning and instructional tool.
    • Students can interact with digital content naturally.
    • Write using the SMARTBoard’s pens in digital ink on top of a digital image or diagram.
    • Save daily accessed calendars, charts, graphs, notes.
    • Touch, drag, manipulate learning objects to demonstrate understanding.
  • 5.
    • Helps students become active, not passive learners.
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  • 6.
    • Allows teachers to customize teaching strategies to meet the individual needs of students.
      • Such as Multiple Intelligences (Gardner, 1983)
        • bodily-kinesthetic,
        • spatial,
        • musical,
        • interpersonal.
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  • 7.
    • Expands the teaching resources available to the teacher that will engage students:
      • Built in gallery items,
      • Online resources,
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  • 8.
    • Allows information from class to be posted to a website for further studying.
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  • 9.
    • Allows students to be creative in conveying information to their peers.
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