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SMART Boards A Multi-Media Presentation. Created By Tawana Stiff EDUC 7101-3 Instructor: Dr. Amar Almasude. SMART Boards: Need. To provide active, hands-on learning experiences that will prepare students for future leadership roles

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Smart boards a multi media presentation

SMART BoardsA Multi-Media Presentation

Created By Tawana Stiff

EDUC 7101-3

Instructor: Dr. AmarAlmasude


Smart boards need

SMART Boards: Need

  • To provide active, hands-on learning experiences that will prepare students for future leadership roles

  • To hone the skills of today’s technologically savvy students

  • To facilitate engaging lectures in face-to-face and distance learning environments

  • To efficiently accommodate a diverse group of learners who embody various learning preferences

  • To operate in conjunction with computer applications used to present, display, manipulate, share, interpret, and analyze data in pre-existing documents, multi-media presentations and other online resources.

http://smarttech.com/us/About+SMART/About+SMART/Innovation/Beginnings+of+an+industry


Smart boards research a data driven diffusion

SMART Boards: ResearchA Data Driven Diffusion…

  • In 1986, David Martin and Nancy Knowlton had a discussion about developing an interactive whiteboard that could create “magic” through its innovative features. One year later, the SMART organization was founded.

  • Most of the research on SMART Boards has been led by affiliates of school districts, universities and educational scholars.

  • Research findings indicate that students that hands on manipulation of data heightened student ability to make connections between content and background knowledge. In addition, the SMART board is considered a powerful teaching aid that is visually appealing and increases student attentiveness. These positive findings led to the SMART Board’s production.

http://downloads01.smarttech.com/media/research/smart_research_summary.pdf


Smart boards development

SMART Boards: Development

Problems that hindered the development of

SMART boards in early phases were as follows:

  • The SMART company was not financially secure and had limited alliances with corporations, and

  • The parameters by which the SMART board would operate had not been established.

http://smarttech.com/us/About+SMART/About+SMART/Innovation/Beginnings+of+an+industry


Smartboards commercialization

SMARTBOARDS: Commercialization

SMART Boards are manufactured by SMART Technologies. They are distributed either directly or indirectly through the founding company. In addition, SMART Boards may also be purchased through distribution companies used for educational and corporate purposes. All of the components are shipped in one package per unit. Due to its popularity and effectiveness, the SMART Board markets itself. However, professional development workshops and training courses are also available to heighten SMART Board awareness and accelerate its diffusion.

http://www.touchboards.com/smartboards/SmartSB680i.asp


Smart boards the innovation decision process timeline

SMART Boards:The Innovation-Decision Process Timeline

Confirmation: The new collaborative learning software to be used in conjunction with SMART Boards provides a means for integrating this innovation to a greater capacity and on a larger scale. http://www.ehow.com/facts_4915092_what-history-smart-board.html

Persuasion: SMART Technologies formed an alliance with Intel Corporation

http://smarttech.com/us/About+SMART/About+SMART/Innovation/Beginnings+of+an+industry

Knowledge: The world is exposed to the first interactive whiteboard

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMART_Board_interactive_whiteboard

Implementation: A wireless SMART Board that allows users to manipulate data and launch computer applications is integrated in classroom instruction. http://www.ehow.com/facts_4915092_what-history-smart-board.html

Decision: The founders of the SMART Board received financial support from Corporations , family and friends who believed in the potential success of the innovation

http://smarttech.com/us/About+SMART/About+SMART/Innovation/Beginnings+of+an+industry


Smart board the s curve

SMART BOARD: The S-Curve

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http://files.shareholder.com/downloads/ABEA-4CUEER/1446680693x0x472084/4aeaa008-bf34-4af2-bf1e-8220adc574b8/Cowen_Tech_Conference_02Jun11.pdf


Smart boards innovation categories

SMART BoardsInnovation Categories:

Innovators - The Creators

Early Adopters – Teachers, Students and Corporations

Laggards – The people who are reluctant to adopt the innovation


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