A history teacher I observed once used his Smart Board for
writing notes on the board that could later be printed out
for students in need of IEP accommodations. You could easily
integrate a Smart Board into any lesson plan with this in
mind. It would be useful for all students to have notes from
lectures available at the end of class.
On 1/25/12, Allen Lekocevic wrote:
> What effective ways can one use a Smartboard in the
> classroom when teaching social studies, and how can one
> integrate the use of a smartboard in this lesson so that
> the children can have a hands on expierience to better
> their understanding of the topic?
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