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== '''''Why is this important?''''' ==
 
== '''''Why is this important?''''' ==
  
If you're the owner of a brand new, shiny, fancy SMART Board, you definitely want to know the things you are capable of! If this hunk of machine appeared in your classroom, it's probably a good idea for you to become familiar with some ways that you can incorporate it into your lessons.  Did you know you can import ten frames for Math, load lined paper in for Writing, and create an interactive calendar to keep track of the days with your class? If you answered "no" to the last question, brace yourself: SMART Notebook is a wonderful program with endless possibilities!
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If you're the owner of a brand new, shiny, fancy SMART Board, you definitely want to know the things you are NOW capable of! If this hunk of machine appeared in your classroom, it's probably a good idea for you to become familiar with some ways that you can incorporate it into your lessons.  Did you know you can import ten frames for Math, load lined paper in for Writing, and create an interactive calendar to keep track of the days with your class? If you answered "no" to any of those 3 questions, brace yourself: SMART Notebook is a wonderful program with endless possibilities!
  
== '''''OBJECTIVES'''''==
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== '''''Objectives'''''==
  
  
 
At the completion of this unit, learners will be able to:
 
At the completion of this unit, learners will be able to:
  
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# locate and load useful math manipulatives into SMART Notebook 
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# load lined paper and charts into SMART Notebook in order to aid ELA activities
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# create their own attendance/lunch count file within SMART Notebook in order to have students take attendance/place orders themselves
  
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== '''''Unit Lessons''''' ==
  
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[[Lesson 3.1: Math]]
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[[Lesson 3.2: ELA/Writing]]
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[[Lesson 3.3: Other]]
  
  
== '''''UNIT LESSONS''''' ==
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== [[UNIT I: Annotations/Web Browsing]]==
  
'''''Next''''':  
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== [[UNIT 2: Screenshots/Misc]] ==
  
[[Lesson 3.1: Math]]
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== [[UNIT 3: SMART Notebook  ]] ==
  
[[Lesson 3.2: ELA/Writing]]
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== [[Final Words]] ==
  
[[Lesson 3.3: Other]]
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== [[Resources/External Links]] ==

Latest revision as of 11:53, 14 December 2016

Why is this important?

If you're the owner of a brand new, shiny, fancy SMART Board, you definitely want to know the things you are NOW capable of! If this hunk of machine appeared in your classroom, it's probably a good idea for you to become familiar with some ways that you can incorporate it into your lessons. Did you know you can import ten frames for Math, load lined paper in for Writing, and create an interactive calendar to keep track of the days with your class? If you answered "no" to any of those 3 questions, brace yourself: SMART Notebook is a wonderful program with endless possibilities!

Objectives

At the completion of this unit, learners will be able to:

  1. locate and load useful math manipulatives into SMART Notebook
  2. load lined paper and charts into SMART Notebook in order to aid ELA activities
  3. create their own attendance/lunch count file within SMART Notebook in order to have students take attendance/place orders themselves

Unit Lessons

Lesson 3.1: Math

Lesson 3.2: ELA/Writing

Lesson 3.3: Other


Go back to...

UNIT I: Annotations/Web Browsing

UNIT 2: Screenshots/Misc

UNIT 3: SMART Notebook

Final Words

Resources/External Links