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2010 Whiteboard Challenge

As I was researching ideas for having my own IWB this year, I remember seeing what others had accomplished last year. I am excited to challenge myself to learn more. There is more information on the Whiteboard Blog as well … Continue reading

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IWB Presentation

For my graduate class I am presenting on the use of Interactive Whiteboards. This blog post is how I am organizing the research and resources to share with the class. History Xtimeline Research Supporting IWB Marzano Exploring Pedagogy with IWB … Continue reading

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Europe

I’ve noticed an abundance of games, resources, and general knowledge about Interactive Whiteboards coming from Great Britain and Europe. I guess while we were trying to keep no child from falling behind, they were trying to enrich the learning for … Continue reading

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ActivEducator Blog from Promethean Planet » Just What Is An ActivClassroom?

ActivEducator Blog from Promethean Planet » Just What Is An ActivClassroom? tags: iwb I read a lot of stuff on the web and listen in on a lot of conversations about interactive whiteboards and all that jazz.  Sometimes I’m all … Continue reading

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Subject Pronouns

I found inspiration on Twitter this morning. iwbict Create student portrait folder in your resource library. Use photos on iwb pages wiv thought or speech bubbles. Kids love seeing themselves I was just getting ready to teach subject pronouns to … Continue reading

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ActivExpressions

I love, love, love using ActivExpressions in the classroom. Mostly because the students still love using them. The are still a new toy; I have only had access to them for the last two weeks, but in that time frame … Continue reading

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TPR Storytelling

Last week I attended a TPR Storytelling workshop. I had been to one last summer, so I was still an amateur, but I was able to soak up more of the suggestions. My basic  definition of TPRS: Teaching students how … Continue reading

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