3 edition of History (Whiteboard Plus) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
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Chalk and dust-free chalk is now available in a variety of colors, so you're able History (Whiteboard Plus) make your presentations bold and bright. Regardless, all are made from coated steel, glass, acrylic or melamine. Thanks to such "out of the box" thinking on the part of a few instructors, the benefits of chalk and blackboards became clearly apparent. Try these dry erase boards which double as clipboards! These surfaces are typically made of some sort of high-grade acrylic or glass.
Set a timer and see who can come up with the most items! Whether they were in eastern academies or schoolrooms on the prairies, prior to 1801, teachers and schools had no means of visually presenting information to a roomful of students all at once, no means of presenting large concept and History (Whiteboard Plus) overviews for the entire class to view, grasp and discuss.
Create a timeline: As students read or watch a video about a time in history, have them draw a timeline of the most important events on their whiteboards. With the increasing presence of computers in classrooms, the potential impact of chalk dust has been a stated concern.
Students sat in schoolrooms with handheld slates upon which to write assignments. She's also done training and curriculum design for a financial institution and been a science museum educator. What are your favorite ways to use dry erase boards in the classroom?
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Supplies of pencils and paper were often in short supply or unaffordable for families.
Invite questions: Let students ask questions by writing them on their dry erase boards and holding them up.