Another fantastic read...learn about the scientific facts surrounding the benefits of using the smart board in this manner. I appreciate seeing the hard evidence of its usefulness for students, particularly since math tends to be a difficult subject for a lot of students.
A research report by a Special Education teacher on her experiences with using a smart board for math with students with learning disabilities. It's a very interesting read that displays evidence of the benefits of using the smart board in this manner. The findings and discussion could easily be applied to any student learning math (because they can all benefit from being completely engaged in their learning) and particularly any student struggling with the subject.
This book comes from Scholastic as a teaching resource and includes lessons that are "ready-to-use". There are versions of this book for younger grades as well. It comprehensively outlines lessons for all the major areas of math education for grades 4-6 and is very user friendly.
Need a primer on using your smart board? This is a straight-forward easy guide to have you expertly making the most of this educational technology. Brush up on your skills so that you can keep up with your tech-savvy students! Once you have the hang of it, you'll be able to use the latest resources to have truly relevant math classes.
Organized by grade and topic, these games will fit any early years math class. Simply bring up this page on your smart board-linked computer and allow your students to apply their knowledge, use technology, and have fun while gaining valuable math skills.
Get your students excited about math! Engaged students are students who are learning and having memorable experiences which cement the learning taking place. This site provides interactive games for early years students. It provides examples for all major themes in the curriculum for EY math.