"The use of this interactive wireless technology is ideal for stimulating student involvement using both interactive whiteboards and for one computer classrooms. "
Teaching and learning math with SMART Notebook software is now easier, more interactive and, of course, more fun.
That's because the SMART Notebook Math beta is now available to download. SMART Notebook Math extends the capabilities of SMART Notebook software with a dynamic set of math-specific tools and features, so when you create and explore lessons on your SMART Board interactive whiteboard, you only need one application.
Designed specifically for middle and high school math classrooms, SMART Notebook Math has built-in features such as an equation editor and custom graph builder. You can manipulate shapes, use interactive measurement tools and even launch your Texas Instruments brand emulator from right within the software. SMART Notebook Math is also the first interactive whiteboard application to have handwriting recognition for mathematical symbols.
Try the beta today, and you'll discover that everything you need to make math more interactive is in the software you already love. The beta ends October 1, 2009, and the Microsoft Windows version will be available to purchase in fall 2009.
An AWESOME list of Smartboard Notebook Templates for every grade level, broken down by K-2, 3-5, Middle School, High School and Specials. A must "check out" for anyone using a SMARTboart
Smartboard Lessons created organized by grade level. Nice resource full of lessons for elementary, middle and high school, plus "other lessons" and a rubric for smartboard lessons.
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The recently updated Lesson Activity Toolkit is a Gallery collection of customizable tools and templates, including activities, games and graphics, and tools that you can use to create professional-looking, interactive and engaging lessons.
We at Tequipment have had one particular question asked, "Is it possible to have a Jeopardy-like game board and Senteo working together?" And after many attempts of trial and error, the answer is, "YES!"