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This collaborative learning software creates high-impact lessons. With the latest version, Notebook software can be standardized across all brands of interactive hardware across a district. Notebook also includes access to SMART Exchange, an online library with more than 60,000 free lessons and other teaching resources.

Year: 
2014

MimioTeach transforms traditional dry-erase boards into interactive whiteboards. Because MimioTeach is lightweight and portable, it can be moved between classrooms. Using the MimioPad tablet, teachers can control their interactive whiteboard from anywhere in the classroom.

Year: 
2013

These interactive devices combine the simplicity of a whiteboard with the power of a computer. SMART Boards allow teachers to provide interactive lessons to the whole class, write notes in digital ink, and save work with the touch of a finger or stylus pen.

Year: 
2013

In the 21st-century classroom, K12 students are no longer practicing math equations at the chalkboard. Instead, math instruction has evolved into online and software-based programs that make learning interactive, challenging, and fun. The following math software programs do just that, as well as adapt to a student’s individual needs and skill level and provide much-needed information to teachers and parents. 

In the 21st-century classroom, interactive whiteboards have taken the place of traditional chalkboards from the past. Whiteboards allow for interactive, digital instruction and use software that both students and educators can collaborate with. The lessons, presentations, and online content are also brought to life on whiteboards with the use of projectors, tablets, stands, and controllers. The products featured here are all used to enrich the interactive whiteboard learning experience in the modern K12 environment.

 

Since the launch of the Apple iPad, educators have touted the tool’s ability to engage special education students with autism spectrum disorder through unique, customizable applications and stimulating touchscreen technology. Many still feel, however, that although touchscreen tablets work well as personalized tools, they cannot be a replacement for interactive whiteboards, which help autistic students with social learning in a group setting.

Whiteboards began making headway in the K12 arena in 2006, and their presence in classrooms has increased exponentially ever since.

Lee County Public Schools in Fort Myers, Fla., performed a full migration of its data center, complete with new storage solutions, more than three years ago. With a $500,000 budget for the conversion—one-third of what surrounding districts had spent for similar initiatives—Lee County couldn’t afford bells and whistles.

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SMART Technology's suite of STEM-products—applicable for science, technology, engineering and math, as well as other subjects—help even the most socially or academically reluctant pupils make the grade and have fun doing it.

 

It's an old question in the relatively new world of interactive whiteboards: pen or touch?

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