Monthly Archives: February 2011
Thanks to everyone who participated in today’s webinar: 5 Coolest Things You Can Do On a SMART Board. We’d love to get your feedback, and hear your suggestions for future topics. Be sure to register for our free webinars coming up in March: Informal Assessments with SMART Response PE on Thursday, March 17 … Read more
To Set your Default Text:
- On the toolbar you should see an icon that looks like an “A” with a red underline, this is the font tool.
- Press this button and you will see 6 font types. The first one is the default font. Make sure this one is pressed down.
- Then go to your properties
Have you ever wanted to make a Notebook object rotate around somewhere other than the middle? You’ve probably been frustrated since that’s just not how Notebook objects rotate — they rotate around the middle. So if you wanted to make a stick-figure exercise, pull-ups would be OK, but not sit-ups.
Actually, Notebook will do sit-ups, … Read more
February is international friendship month! Here are few ideas of ways you can celebrate using technology.
Check out this lesson on teamwork by Teq-certified user Jeanne Montroy. This Notebook lesson is an introductory mini-unit. It is the very beginning of a larger unit on character education. This mini-unit serves to introduce the students to the … Read more
It’s no secret that Math is beautiful, and everyone loves it. This Valentine’s Day, celebrate that love with some Heart Shaped Graphs. There are many ways to graph a heart, and a lot of great Math programs to help you. If you have SMART Notebook Math Tools, you can use the Equations Tool to graph x²+(y³√x²)²=1 . Click … Read more
Or is it? This month IBM’s newest super-computer, Watson, will take on the two greatest Jeopardy! champions of all time. Watson is an artificial intelligence program that has the capacity to answer questions in natural language. Deciphering language is no easy feat for a computer. For example think about the Groucho Marx joke “Last night … Read more