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  • Investing in interactive SmartBoards has had a profound effect on student learning and student achievement.
  • Students enjoy manipulating the SmartBoard and interacting with each other in the process.
  • Students learn easier, faster, and more efficiently when they are able to see and do the learning.
  • SmartBoards add novelty to lessons and keep students on task longer.
  • SmartBoards have motivated staff and students to higher degrees than ever before, and students now look forward to the rest of the lesson.
  • SmartBoards allow teachers to present lessons in multiple modalities that are unique and diverse to all learners.
  • All children, including those who possess some impairment, are able to manipulate the whiteboard to meet their needs.
  • SmartBoards are an effective tool to help students in reviewing basic skills and in the retention of learned material.
  • When students interact and learn together the learning becomes self-empowering, purposeful, and meaningful.
  • SmartBoards allow teachers to manage and improve their lessons with the click of a mouse.
  • SmartBoards give teachers digital resources to maintain dynamic interactions. Teachers respond enthusiastically when they observe positive attitudes and behaviors from students using SmartBoards.
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    1. 1. SmartBoard Dividends Graphics retrieved from sstevenson.wordpress.com/smart-board-technology-coming-to-mtp/
    2. 2. (Bennett, E., 2006, p.5) SmartBoards make learning a social event.
    3. 3. SmartBoards: (Smith, H.J., Higgins, S., Wall, K., & Miller, J., 2005, p.94)
    4. 4. Summary of results to the question: In general, how have your students responded to your /their use of the SmartBoard? Online Survey – tusdstats.tusd.k12.az.us/…/exsums/smrtbrd.asp SmartBoards effect:
    5. 5. SmartBoards Motivate Teachers and Students Summary of results to the question: In general, how have your students responded to your /their use of the SmartBoard? Online Survey – tusdstats.tusd.k12.az.us/…/exsums/smrtbrd.asp
    6. 6. SmartBoards : ( Bennett, E.,2006, p.8)
    7. 7. SmartBoards are: (Smith, H.J., Higgins, S., Wall, K., & Miller, J., 2005, pgs. 92 & 94)
    8. 8. (Ringstaff, C., & Kelly, L., 2002, p.3) SmartBoards Support Basic Skills
    9. 9. (Ringstaff, C., & Kelley, L., 2002, p.4) SmartBoards promote collaboration amongst students.
    10. 10. (Bennett, E., 2006, p.11 ) SmartBoards allow teachers to:
    11. 11. SmartBoards endorse efficient learning. http://macteech.edublogs.org/2009/09/23/dont-believe-everything-you-see-in-print /
    12. 12. Bennett, E. (2006). Change Project Literature Review Improving Student Learning with Interactive Whiteboards. Ringstaff, C., & Kelley, L. (2002). The learning return on our educational technology investment. Retrieved January , 26 , 2010, from www.wested.org/cs/we/view/rs/619 Smith, H. J., Higgins, S., Wall, K., & Miller, J. (2005). Interactive whiteboards: boon or bandwagon? A critical review of the literature. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning , 21 (2), 91–101.     References

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