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CEP Group project story board

  1. 1. OUTLINE<br />Introduction: struggling learners, smart board, cool<br />Open smartboard: start, etc<br />floating<br />Pens, fun pen, erasers, highlighters, zoomstuff, shapes, writing<br />Create notes: word doc, snapshot, paste, <br />Fill in notes w/ pen<br />Export notes: PDF (save, website, e-mail)<br />Gallery: interactive resources: die spinner, lesson<br />Examples refernce: interactive<br />
  2. 2. SmartBoard 101<br />by<br />Laura Distelrath<br />Jenna Kuess <br />Lisa Kurtz<br />and Steve Lawatsch<br />
  3. 3. Introduction<br />What is a Smart Board?<br />What sets it apart from a traditional white board?<br />What are some ways that I can use it to help my students?<br />Clearly we need a BIGGER block S here, too bad we don’t have a lot of room. :)<br />
  4. 4. What is a Smart Board?<br />Minimally defined, it is a whiteboard that is attached to a computer.<br />Content is added to the board via touch sensors within the screen.<br />The computer senses the pressure and reacts by telling sending a signal to display or do a particular thing.<br />Add image of smartboard in classroom.<br />
  5. 5. Why is a Smart Board Different?<br />Students think its fun!<br />Save a copy of whatever is written.<br />Interact with other applications.<br />Reorganize ideas without having to erase.<br />Add image of me using Nspire emmulator<br />
  6. 6. How can I use it?<br />A closer look at the basics of a Smart Board.<br />Examples of what others are doing with it.<br />Need Jenna’s topic<br />Need Laura’s topic<br />What<br /> can you do that is different?<br />***Consider this instead (from a slide of Lisa’s we’re getting rid of)<br />Especially helpful for<br /> Assessment Review<br /> Absent Students<br /> Struggling Learners<br />**This slide will all be said by us as we start the tutorials.<br />
  7. 7. Title: Smart Board Basics<br />TEXT ON SCREEN: none<br />Screen Share of opening Smart from “Start” and by using the floating toolbar. <br />
  8. 8. Title: Writing on the SmartBoard<br />TEXT ON SCREEN: none already typed…Added to the screen by writing “I love math!”<br />Use eraser<br />Use special pen<br />Show colors<br />Use highlighter<br />Zoom feature<br />Shapes dragging feature<br />Word recognition<br />
  9. 9. Title: Creating Notes<br />TEXT ON SCREEN: starts blank then word screen captures are added from Notes 9.2<br />“camera”, word, select, Smart, paste<br />Show filling in blanks (text on screen from notes captured (see above))<br />
  10. 10. Title: Using and Saving Notes<br />TEXT ON SCREEN: starts blank then Smart Screen starts filling in notes<br />Begin filling in notes<br />Save as Smart file – save as, choose folder, title, save<br />Export as PDF – Export, fullpage, save, choose folder, title, save<br />Upload to any website or email necessary<br />
  11. 11. Title: Gallery<br />TEXT ON SCREEN: starts in blank Smart Notebook, go to gallery and insert<br />Open gallery<br />Dice (roll), spinner, vortex, MC<br />Show how to type in and then drag and use<br />
  12. 12. Lesson Example - VORTEX<br />Final Product<br />Editing<br />
  13. 13. Multiple Choice<br />Final Product<br />Right or Wrong?<br />
  14. 14. Koosh Example<br />Home Screen<br />Example Problems<br />
  15. 15. Title: Conclusion<br />TEXT ON SCREEN: Summary of Main Points<br />Excellent for visual learners<br />Ability to save and reuse material good for struggling learners and absent students<br />Reviewed Basic Features:<br /> Opening Smart<br /> Using basic writing features<br /> Special Features – Shapes, special pens, word recognition<br /> Creating Notes & Saving as PDFs<br /> Gallery – Interactive Features and Lessons<br />For Pictures here….should we insert pictures from our cameras of us and our students using the SmartBoard? And just scroll those? It may be good?<br />

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