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Smartboard Lessons for K-12

I have the wonderful opportunity this week to work with a dynamic group of Cashton school district teachers of integrating Smart Board resources and tools within their curriculum. I have found that a lot of our teachers struggle to find lessons and specific resources to support their instruction. So.... I have been on a mission for the past few weeks of putting a collection together to support their efforts. Below is a list of websites to get any teacher well on their way with a collection of best practices, resources and tools to utilize with their Smartboards to engage and motivate all students.

SMART BOARD RESOURCES & TOOLS
4Teachers
Bob’s Place of Smartboard Resources and Tools
Delicious Smartboard Resources
Internet 4 Classrooms
Great K-3 Smartboard Sites
Lee Summit Resources
Longwood Central HS
Port A Portal
Scholastic
Send It Home
Smart Board Lessons
Smart Board Lesson Ideas
Smart Board Podcasts
Smart English Lessons
Smart Fest
Secondary Instructional Technology
Secondary Interactive Smartboard Sites
Smartboard Integration for MS & HS
Smartboard Links
Smartboard Resources- History
Smartboard Resources- Living Environments
Smartboard Resources- Science
Smartboard Revolution Ning
Smartboard Shine and Write
Smartboard Templates
Smart Secondary
Smart Technology Sites
Social Studies Resources
Teacher Tube Math Lessons
Teaching with Smart Board 6-12 Math

VIDEO EMBED RESOURCES
EduTube
School Tube
Snag Films
Teachers Domain
Teacher TV
You Tube

Comments

Ed Shepherd said…
Thank you very much for generating this list of resources. I shared this with all of my staff and even some other educators at other schools. Please keep up the great work!
This is nice an excellent post, Great informative Thank you for sharing such a nice informative blog post,
A really advanced way of learning. I want to try this in our institution too. This seemed to be very effective in terms of educating people.
water distiller said…
Education makes us alive and we want change and I believe that this post means change... Keeping up to date with the latest ways of teaching could mean success in our new genereation... Thumbs up!
Tummy tuck said…
Everything is getting cooler and high- tech... I guess this would click and in our time very convenient to use...
Grout cleaner said…
Perfect! i really appreciates this kind of blog. Education must be given priority at all times. Indeed, making new techniques in teaching will help the students to understand the lesson well.
Thanks a lot for sharing this amazing post.

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