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Fred Delventhal

SMART Exchange - USA - XC AddOn Beta for SMART Notebook - 19 views

    via Sandy Munnell
Shelly Terrell

How to connect your iPad to your Interactive Whiteboard - 100 views

riss leung

SMART Exchange - Australia - Search lessons by keyword - 40 views

Sue Bailey

Smart, Smarter, Smartest - 60 views

    Classroom Resources for Interactive Whiteboards.
Fred Delventhal

GmapGIS - A web based GIS application to draw on Google maps: polygons, lines, markers ... - 32 views

darren mccarty

President's Day Game - 26 views

    How many Presidents do you recognize? There are over 4000 K-12 games for teachers and students on
Sue Bailey

Tech Talk for Teachers: Let's Get SMART® - 104 views

  • Your comments would be greatly appreciated!
    Read about the differences between the two recorder tools available in Smart Notebook.
    Directions for creating a "Magic Tunnel" activity in Smart Notebook.
    Check out the last few entries for info on using new features of SMART Notebook 11.
Shelly Terrell

Interactive Websites - LiveBinder - 113 views

    What an awesome resource! Super job! Thanks for sharing.
    Thank you I love this and will be sharing with my teachers.
The0d0re Shatagin

Oxfam - Mapping Our World: Home - 53 views

    This is a great series of lessons on mapskills. Love it - thanks!
sherryn moore

How "smart" is a Smartboard? | Teach with Tech - 2 views

    An interesting post on the effective use of SMART Boards that challenges the cynics
Kristina Berger

EdTech Tips and Tricks - smartboard - 3 views

    • Kristina Berger
      You can also do a function machine the same way. Split the screen into two colors and type your x and y (input and output) in the two corresponding colors. Then group the two numbers together. When you move them from side to side they magically change and then students are challenged to discover the function. 
  • If you type words in a particular color (red) all over the page in SMART Notebook, then put a red background it will cover the words. Create a white square and select "order" it to "send it to the back". As you move the white square around the page, the words in red will magically appear in the square. Tip: you can make the square any shape you want. You can make a white circle and attach a rectangular handle to make it look like a magnifying glass.
Lissa Davies

Fusion Universal Management - Video Library - 1 views

    3 dozen Smart board videos. 
Ludmilla Smirnova - 52 views

    Podcast of Jim Holis
Nicole Lakusta

Over 20 Free Digital Classroom Tools… Customize… Plus No Log In! | 21 st Cent... - 3 views

  • What amazed me most about was not the valuable tools provided, but the ability for teachers to easily customize these tools and use them in any subject area. If that is not enough, how about the ability to embed your newly made instructional resource on your own classroom website, wiki, or blog
Dean Mantz

Tech Learning TL Advisor Blog and Ed Tech Ticker Blogs from TL Blog Staff - TechLearnin... - 0 views

    Very interesting thoughts regarding the implementation and usage of IWBs.
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