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65 Free Interactive Whiteboard Resources

65 Free Interactive Whiteboard Resources | Interactive whiteboards in school education | Scoop.it
Blogger Danny Nicholson shares his top 65 free resources, lessons, templates & games for interactive whiteboards, including SMART & Promethean boards.

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Mikko Kivilompolo's comment, May 24, 2013 6:02 AM
The fact that the ActivTable uses ActivInspire means that these whiteboard resources work just as well with the table.
Kim Smith's curator insight, July 6, 2014 8:16 PM

Why recreate the wheel when someone else may have built it already?  This site has a large number of resources for a variety of interactive whiteboards.  These resources are key to encouraging student engagement with IWBs.

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Interactive Whiteboards #101: A short primer

Interactive Whiteboards #101: A short primer | Interactive whiteboards in school education | Scoop.it
If you are a newly qualified teacher, an existing teacher moving schools, or getting a new IWB, here’s a couple of handy tips to get you started.

The post provides information on Promethean Boards, SMARTboards, Easiteach, and Mimio Boards as well as other tools and resources that you may find helpful. It is also a great website to put in favorites and return to for more ideas!


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Getting started with the basics using a IWB in the classroom

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Grace Hamilton's curator insight, April 7, 2014 11:38 PM

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Carla Laude's curator insight, February 10, 2015 10:16 PM

This is a good source for remembering some basics, plus it has a free 30 day trial to ActiveInspire, which is what is needed for my promethean board to really function in the classroom to it's fullest potential. Cool! It also goes over the basics of the pens, erasers, etc....which would be a great lesson when introducing the students to the promethean board!