A Revolution in Education
We love your balloon pop and have been using it for attendance in the morning with the students picture behind the balloon. We would like to change to a pumpkin for fall and a snowman for winter. Spring is pending. Could you please help us in this endeavor.
This will be the 8th teacher2teahcer Conference held this April Monday, 29 and Tuesday April 30th in Bow Island, Alberta (3 hours from Calgary). We have had many distinguished presenters including Richard Byrne, Silvia Tolisano, Vicki Davis, The Tech Chicks, Danny Nicholson, James Hollis and many others. Last year I posted on the site looking for presenters and was fortunate enough to bring in Colleen Hoban from …Continue
KINDLY CAST YOUR ONLINE VOTE TO JNV VIZIANAGARAM, NVS FOR WINNING WORLD EDUCATION AWARDS IN - Best Innovation in Pedagogical Practices - It’s a pleasure to inform you that Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Vijiyanagaram’s project entry for Best Use of Social Media in Education has been nominated for World Education Summit Awards 2012.The World Education Awards have been instituted with the aim of felicitating and acknowledging unique and innovative initiatives in the field of education globally.…Continue
Added by Raghavendra rao on July 7, 2012 at 1:53pm — No Comments
I have been stuck at home (knee reconstruction) so I decided to create this http://intertecheducation.edublogs.org/ , as you do!
There are resources for most curriculum areas, categorised under subject headings and posts which will be archived at the end of each month under subject areas. I am happy to upload any interactive links if anyone is interested in posting link ideas on SB Revolution or on the edublog. Al Wolmer is…Continue
Added by Joanne Villis on May 22, 2012 at 6:36am — No Comments
Public events schedule June – July
Notebook Certification 11
Kanata, ON – June 20-22
Calgary, AB – June 25-27
New York, NY – June 26-28
Chicago, IL – July 9-11
Odessa, TX – July 24-26
Hamilton, ON – July 24-26
Added by Juliane Farinazzo on May 10, 2012 at 11:10am — No Comments
I sit on the B.O.E. for a small parochial school and have been trying to research Smartboards. Our school purchased one last year and I see no diference between that and a computer with a projector. It took every cent of the P.T.O. to purchase and now the B.O.E. is wanting to purchace another. We have an extreemly outdated computer room and it is either a Smartboard or Computer Lab update. With out statistics I am opposed to Smartboards until our Comp. Lab is correctly updated. Am I missing…Continue
Anyone interested in sharing their copy right knowledge for their particular county? Copy right is a hot topic in Australia. We could share information in relation to referencing materials and how to make students arware of their copy right obligations. I think it important to make students aware that when they take something from the internet that are taking a copy of someone's resources. You can even teach this to students in year 2 or 3. It is also important for teachers to be aware…Continue
I presented again last weekend at the Tatnall School SMART User Conference in Wilmington, Delaware. The conference is organized by SEE and SBRev member Greg Mentzer. He did a marvelous job with the organization and logistics. There were 500 participants and close to 70 presenters.
Everything from participant check in and lunch to presenter needs and volunteer staff runs so smoothly from a presenter's point of view. I know Greg would be the first to say that he couldn't do it without…Continue
Breezin' Thru Theory is a comprehensive resource for teaching music theory. The SMART Board Teacher's Companion includes the first 7 chapters of the Online Binder. Concepts are presented sequentially. Aural quizzes on the SMART Board help students link concepts to musical examples. Students here…Continue
Added by Jean McKen on March 3, 2012 at 9:21am — No Comments
Students and teacher's alike love music theory when it is learned in such an engaging way. Everything in…Continue
Added by Jean McKen on March 3, 2012 at 9:10am — No Comments
I would recommend anyone to become a SMART Exemplary Educator. Check out this website for more info at http://www.smarttech.com/us/Resources/SMART+education+programs/SMART+Exemplary+Educator/SMART+Exemplary+Educator+application+process Would anyone else recommend this program or have an experience to share on its benefits?
Added by Obe Hostetter on February 21, 2012 at 10:08pm — No Comments
NEXT LEVEL INTERACTIVE PD is back and hosting two more quality SMART Board training workshops in nearby Bucks County on February 25, 2012.
Do you or your faculty need help infusing interactivity…Continue
Added by Marty Ford on February 4, 2012 at 8:03am — No Comments
NEXT LEVEL INTERACTIVE PD is hosting another quality training event in the Philadelphia area February 16, 2012. The afternoon session is quite affordable and full of useful tips and tricks to help kick start your lessons. Using the SMART Board technology you have... visit us today at www.nextlevelpd.com for details and more!
Added by Marty Ford on January 9, 2012 at 8:06pm — No Comments
Here is a unit that has been developed by one of our teachers for Grade 10 Math. Section 3 is the lowest level of Math so this particular Math Unit was made to make it interesting for teachers. This is a big unit 160 Pages with lots of…Continue
Added by Dave Blemings on January 9, 2012 at 3:38pm — No Comments
9 YouTube Tips and Tricks at http://www.whiteboardblog.co.uk/2012/01/9-youtube-tips-and-tricks-for-teachers/ Any other YouTube tips or tricks you can add?
Added by Obe Hostetter on January 2, 2012 at 11:33am — No Comments
Has anyone used this free teaching resource via the classroom Smart Board for American & English spelling practice for students of all ages? I will appreciate comments. Thank you.Continue
Added by Richard Wood on December 22, 2011 at 3:35am — No Comments
I am just getting started using the smart board program and I am wondering if there are any specific programs that have music available to help teach K-6 students Christmas songs for our upcoming concert?
Here is the heavily edited version of the interview I did while I was in Calgary at the SEE Summit. I say heavily edited because I don't think I did a very good interview. I was too spazzy. But they did a great job editing it.
Here's the Ed Compass Blog post about…Continue
Australian teachers might be interested in this. There are over 50 sessions to choose from, all presenters are currently practicing teachers and there is no sales pitch.
Added by Joanne Villis on November 7, 2011 at 2:28am — No Comments