Smartboards--whose using them and how

Are you using Smartboards? How is it enhancing instruction? What reaction are you getting from teachers? How are you supporting them in training/professional development? What's the learning curve and who became your "expert" resouces for integrating the technology into your curriculum/school?

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Comment by Justin Hoehner on October 14, 2008 at 8:38pm
I am a future teacher at the wonderful University of Nebraska at Kearney. In many of my Teacher Education courses here at UNK Smartboards are used and i believe that they are very helpful. they make it painless to show PowerPoints or even just to surf the web. I give the Smartboard an A+
Comment by judibea on October 15, 2008 at 9:40am
Have they used other features? How is it interactive?
Comment by Obe Hostetter on October 28, 2008 at 3:31pm
SMARTBoards are interactive because they allow the computer to become a touch screen computer. In other words, you use your hand to open, drag, move files or objects around the screen instead of a mouse. The SMART board also has a number of tools to help highlight, annotate over text and pictures and create interactive learning activities.

SMART boards are an excellent tool for enhancing instruction because it provides a medium for students to interact with the content and teachers can easily create and incorporate multimedia into their lessons using the SMART notebook software. Check out the SMART Board Revolution Ning for SMART Board resources at


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