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Smartboard activities


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Smartboard activities

  1. 1. EDMD 3300: Interactive Whiteboard Interactive Whiteboard DemonstrationUpon the completion of this lesson, you should be able to - Calibrate a monitor - Manage the floating tool - Open the notebook software - Write, erase, and save notebook file - Recognize a text or shape - Find and add a theme - Find, add, and comment on an image file - Use a magic tool - Insert a shape - Create animation effectWant to install the Notebook software: Go to - - Click “Support Downloads “SMART Notebook collaborative learning software” (It is a 30 day trial version; it may take about 30 minutes to install)SMART Board lesson plan examples resource Instructional Video Assignment (30 pt)Due: November 3, 2010 (for group A, B, C, D, E) November 10, 2010 (for group F)1. Objectives: - To demonstrate your skills to use SMART Notebook - To present your knowledge about effective use of interactive tools2. Procedures a. Think of a lesson that you want to teach using an interactive whiteboard (You may want to review the Alabama Course of Study for this activity: b. Describe the goals of your lesson c. Would the use of an interactive whiteboard help students meet the goals of your lesson? (If your answer is “Yes,” proceed to the next step; if not, think of another lesson) d. Download and install the SMART Notebook e. Go to the SMART Board website and search lesson examples f. If you want, you can also Google lesson examples 1
  2. 2. EDMD 3300: Interactive Whiteboard g. You can modify or create a SMART Notebook. It should i. Slide 1: Include the title slide (the title of the lesson and your name) ii. Slide 2: Include the goal of your video (e.g., the purpose of this video is to….) iii. Include three to eight slides for your lesson iv. Final slide: Review your lesson (e.g., In this lesson, we learn…) h. Find a website, video or any other learning materials that are related to your lesson. For example, if you are teaching about solar systems, you can find a website that allows students to manipulate planets or you can find a video from TeacherTube. i. Practice your lesson (You may want to write down script for this activity) j. Record your lesson (You may want to use “SMART recorder”) k. Upload a) your video, b) SMART Notebook file, and c) any additional materials (e.g., instructional sheets) to Blackboard Assignments SMART Board3. Evaluation a. Requirements o The video should be designed to help students review (or preview) a lesson learned (will be learned) in the classroom (Selection of the topic is important!) o The audience can be your students or parents o The video should be about three to six minutes o You should create or modify five to ten SMART Notebook slides o You should include at least one additional resource (e.g., video, website) o You should demonstrate your skills to use SMART Notebook (use pen, erase, magic tool, etc—Do not just read; interact with the software) b. Evaluation criteria Criteria Explanations Grade Choice of topic Use of technology can help students learn 3 2 1 the content more effectively SMART Notebook The slides are easy to understand and well 3 2 1 organized Learning materials The selected learning material (e.g., video, 3 2 1 website) is appropriate Explanations of The video include detailed explanations 6 5 4 3 2 1 content about the lesson Use of interaction Interactive tools are effectively 3 2 1 incorporated Flow of video The video is well designed and developed 6 5 4 3 2 1 (e.g., easy to understand, the sound is good, use appropriate visual materials) Requirements Meet all the requirements 3 2 1 Overall effort Overall, the video is well developed 3 2 1 2