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Strategies for Integrating SMART Boards into Your Instruction – June 19, 2012

Strategies for Integrating SMART Boards into Your Instruction (6-19-12) from Jon Moss on Vimeo.

Artistic Uses of SMART Boards – March 23, 2012

Unfortunately, a camera glitch caused most of the second half of this presentation to go unfilmed.  This next video has similar content to what I covered in the second half of the March 23rd workshop.

You can also download my presentation.  There are four different options:

Download the original version (without the notes from the workshop) as an Adobe Acrobat file (if you don’t have SMART Notebook).

Download the original version (without the notes from the workshop) as an interactive, editable SMART Notebook file. COMING SOON

Download the final version (with workshop notes) as an Adobe Acrobat file (if you don’t have SMART Notebook).

Download the final version (with workshop notes) as an interactive, editable SMART Notebook file. COMING SOON

SMARTer Teaching with SMART Boards – December 9, 2011

Workshop Video (Part 1)

SMARTer Use of SMART Boards – Part 1 of 2 (12-9-2011) from Jon Moss on Vimeo.

 

Workshop Video (Part 2)

SMARTer Use of SMART Boards – Part 2 of 2 (12-9-2011) from Jon Moss on Vimeo.

 

 

Workshop Objectives

  • Brief review of how SMART Boards work and how to use their basic features (if necessary)
  • Examine the 10 Principles of Interactive Whiteboard Lesson Design and Implementation
  • Look at examples of the principles put into practice
  • Develop lessons together that use the principles

Resources

  • There are shockingly few GOOD videos on the internet that effectively show you how to use SMART Notebook for basic teaching functions.  One helpful set I found was made by an educational technologist named Marcia Jeans.  Her YouTube page has over 25 short videos that teach you specific skills you’ll need to be a SMART Notebook “power user” in the classroom.  When on her page, enter “SMART Notebook” in the search box to find the relevant tutorials.
  • Download the Principles of Interactive Whiteboard Lesson Design and Implementation here.
  • Download SMART Notebook here.   Remember, you can legitimately download SMART Notebook 10 for use in your classroom or at home as long as your BUILDING has a SMART Board.  Notebook 10 has a 30 day free trial, but you can enter the serial number of your SMART Board to register your software.
  • Try out SMART Notebook Express here.  Remember, this is still a beta (work-in-progress) release, so some features haven’t been implemented yet and there may still be some bugs.  But it definitely works!

SMARTer Teaching with SMART Boards – December 10, 2010

Workshop Objectives

  • Identify the difference between SMART Boards and Interactive Whiteboards (IAWs)
  • Briefly review how SMART Boards work
  • Briefly review how to use the basic features of SMART Notebook
  • Examine the 10 Principles of Interactive Whiteboard Lesson Design and Implementation
  • Look at examples of the principles put into practice
  • Develop lessons together that use the principles

Resources

  • There are shockingly few GOOD videos on the internet that effectively show you how to use SMART Notebook for basic teaching functions.  One helpful set I found was made by an educational technologist named Marcia Jeans.  Her YouTube page has over 25 short videos that teach you specific skills you’ll need to be a SMART Notebook “power user” in the classroom.  When on her page, enter “SMART Notebook” in the search box to find the relevant tutorials.
  • Download the Principles of Interactive Whiteboard Lesson Design and Implementation here.
  • Download SMART Notebook here.   Remember, you can legitimately download SMART Notebook 10 for use in your classroom or at home as long as your BUILDING has a SMART Board.  Notebook 10 has a 30 day free trial, but you can enter the serial number of your SMART Board to register your software.
  • Try out SMART Notebook Express here.  Remember, this is still a beta (work-in-progress) release, so some features haven’t been implemented yet and there may still be some bugs.  But it definitely works!
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