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Across the Board: An Introduction to SMART Technology with Different Subjects Grades 9-12

Ever wanted to know how to utilize your SMART Board for different subjects? These techniques will help you adapt your Secondary Level subjects to today's SMART Technology.
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Across the Board: An Introduction to SMART Technology with Different Subjects Grades 9-12
  • adelaide.edu.au
    adelaide.edu.au

    Can "smartboards" make high school students smarter?

    5 minute read
    Sara Kaplan says:
    An article that explores the positive impact that SMART Technology has on students in high school, and even provides some examples of how to engage students with this technology.
  • swsc.org
    swsc.org

    Social Studies SMART Resources

    Article
    Sara Kaplan says:
    Here's how one school in Minnesota is using SMART Technology for social studies classes! You'll find a great list of fun activities to use with the SMART Board to help you teach your High School students key points and important lessons.
  • Sara Kaplan says:
    Meet a High School teacher of English who uses his Smart Board to get his students engaged! He will encourage students to use the board themselves, and not be nervous about using new and different types of technology. Here's a teacher who thinks outside the box, and gets his students to do so as well! A must-see for teachers who are using the Smart Board for the first time, or who want to know how to use one in an English or High School class in general!
  • Sara Kaplan says:
    Provides a few fantastic science and math-based activities for your high school students with the SMART board.
  • Sara Kaplan says:
    Shows how 10th grade Physics class is made easier by using a SMART Board in the classroom. I like how it actively gets the kids involved, having the student themselves demonstrate for the class what they are learning. It helps different learning styles (i.e. kinesthetic, visual) to adjust quicker and absorb complex information such as physics concepts would be.
  • teacherslovesmartboards.com
    teacherslovesmartboards.com

    Teachers Love SMART Boards - Written by James Hollis

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    Sara Kaplan says:
    Here are some ideas for how to apply logic-based mathematics lessons for your high school students! I love how this teacher not only describes the activities in detail, but also goes on to provide links for other topics regarding the use of the SMART Board. A very useful resource for High School Math teachers.
  • Sara Kaplan says:
    Watch a fantastic video that delivers the basics on how to use a SMART board! This dynamic form of technology can transform your lesson plan for any subject into a multi-faceted, interactive classroom experience!
  • SMART Displays

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    education.smarttech.com
    education.smarttech.com
    Sara Kaplan says:
    Smarttech.com delivers state-of-the-art technology to improve and enhance your classroom experience. Discover why SMART Boards are the leading innovation in classroom technology today, and discover all the different types of SMART Technology---and how it can benefit YOUR classroom! You can even buy your own SMART Board!