Basic Skills and Operations. By: Meredith Sanders. 8:00 - 9:00 Introduction to SmaRT boards 9:00 - 9:15 break 9:15 - 11:30 Create account AND research SMArt exchange, USE INTERACTIVE WEBSITES AND PROGRAMS 11:30 - 12:00 Q & A
By: Meredith Sanders
9:00 - 9:15 break
9:15 - 11:30 Create account AND research SMArt exchange, USE INTERACTIVE WEBSITES AND PROGRAMS
11:30 - 12:00 Q & A
12:00 - 1:30 Lunch
1:30 – 3:30 Practice CREATING FILES & individual help
The “Welcome to Notebook Software” screen contains an Orient option. Clicking on it will launch the orientation process. If you have already closed the Welcome window, clicking on the “?” button will launch the Help and Support menu. Clicking on the Align/Orient option here will also start the orientation process. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the orientation/alignment process.
Can be used with:
Microsoft Word document & PDF files
Click here to find the ruler, protractor, and compass
Draw lines, rays, arcs, etc.
Draw shapes and polygons
to TEXT feature
Go to http://exchange.smarttech.com
Register for free
Search for lessons by grade, state, and subject
Download and use with your SMART notebook
Save lessons to your computer for later use
This online site enables you to track attendance, behavior, and use on online timer.
The best thing is..
I leave the website open on my SMART board computer to let the students give and take away their own points. They LOVE it!!
Great for keeping track of behavior and for RTI purposes.
Teachers can personalize what they give points for in their class. I added A+ work, completed homework, talking in line, etc. to my class.
Kids using the SMART board
Students use their NEO to input answers for test prep review.
The results are displayed on the SMART board.
The district pays for this interactive math and science website. I use this as a whole group activity to reinforce lessons that I have already taught. The students listen to the module and follow the directions to click on the screen and complete the tasks.
Students interact with each other to discuss problem solving techniques and interact with the SMART board as well.
Students take turns using the SMART board to solve math problems.