Monthly Archives: June 2009
Math teachers may want to show the reflection of a shape across an axis. This video demonstrates a way to create a reflection in SMART Notebook using Object Animation. It also includes the use of Picture Transparency and Screen Capture.
Thanks to everyone who’s followed our blog over the past school year. Have a great summer! Here are a couple of short videos which illustrate some of the new features in SMART Notebook Math.
Handwriting Recognition for Mathematical Equations
Write an equation on the page using a pen. SMART Notebook Math will recognize many functions … Read more
In elementary school classrooms students are often found singing and doing finger plays and rhymes. Teachers know that music encourages learning and has been linked with a child’s language development. Music stimulates the brain, and is correlated with children building vocabulary, gaining listening skills, and understanding basic mathematical concepts. Not only does music arouse the … Read more
SMART Technologies has released the beta version of SMART Notebook Math Software 2009. It’s a great leap forward in how Notebook works in the Math classroom, and it provides some incredible tools for interactive learning.
Among the new features in SMART Notebook Math are:
¢ Handwriting Recognition for Mathematical Equations
¢ Equation Solving
¢ Advanced … Read more
We’ve added another Subject-Specific Math session and ELA session to our roster of summer courses! Math is scheduled for August 4 on Long Island, and ELA is scheduled for August 19 in NYC. We really appreciate the interest that has been shown in our 2009 Summer Academy, are we’re trying to accommodate … Read more
Thanks to the 300-plus people who downloaded out new Input Machine! Today will be the last opportunity to download the free version. We’ll continue to make it available through our online store. Please email us with some feedback on what you think about out learning objects, any ideas for how to improve them, or … Read more
There are a lot of SMART Board resources for elementary, middle, and high school students, but younger students love SMART Boards too! This blog post is for you, Pre-school and Kindergarten teachers! Check out some of the wonderful interactive websites that will be sure to get even your youngest students involved in interactive learning.
Ahhhhhh, summer is almost here and we all know what that means. Yep, a well deserved break from the classroom. But before you head off, we’ve got some exciting end-of-the-school-year news for you, including an opportunity to try our latest TeqSmart Input Machine learning object.
Take any picture (in JPG format), and JigSawPlanet.com will turn it into a fun interactive puzzle which students can solve at the SMART Board.
You can also select from 8 different common puzzles, including Shrek. The real fun is when you create a custom puzzle from your own picture. You can use any JPG file: … Read more
We’ve added an extra Math Subject-Specific SMART Board session to our list of courses this summer. The course will be on August 3 at our Long Island showroom. Click here for a complete list of courses and to register online!… Read more