Category Archives: Notebook
This lesson was created by Anna Higgins an Elementary Teacher at Collicot Elementary School in Milton, Massachusetts introducing her students to basic coding. The lesson begins with a … Read more
Our calendar lesson for November focuses on Simple Machines at the 6th grade level. The three classes of levers are addressed in addition to identifying the levers in a typewriter. The culminating activity integrates writing skills with science knowledge and requires students to create a step by step guide and how to video on … Read more
It’s that time of the year again! SMART has released an update to its Notebook software, moving from version 11.2 to 11.3. Here are the download links for Notebook 11.3 for Windows and Mac. If you want to read the official release notes from SMART, you can download them as a PDF here (http://goo.gl/9prchm… Read more
Did you know that Heinz Ketchup was first introduced to the public at the 1876 World’s Fair in Philadelphia? That event provided the theme for our second Teq calendar lesson for September.
Created for middle school math, this lesson also includes cross-curricular content that introduces students to what rates and unit rates are and how … Read more
We hope you enjoyed your much-deserved summer vacation. We realize you have been busy enjoying the sunshine, and may have missed some of our informative blog posts. Here, are our top 8 blog posts from the summer:
Visit this two-part blog posting where we answer the most … Read more
Continuing from yesterday’s post with questions and answers 6 – 10!
6. The touch on my SMART Board is off. What can I do about it?
First, try orienting your board by pressing the keyboard and right-mouse-click buttons located on the pen tray at the same time to begin the SMART board orientation. Press the … Read more
This month Teqsplorers are visiting Stonehenge to teach us about the mysteries related to Stonehenge and the theories of its construction. Join the Teqsplorers in Wiltshire, England and download interactive lessons on these topics for SMART Notebook, RM Easiteach, and ActivInspire from our Educator Resource Center.
The Stonehenge math lesson was created for sixth grade … Read more
Creating digital stories is an engaging activity for students as they seek the best and most creative ways to combine their own narratives with images, video, and sound. While involved in that creative process, students are also learning many of the skills required by the Common Core Standards for ELA.
Here are some tips … Read more
We recently posted 5 Key Skills for Using SMART Notebook. These are 5 skills you need to learn if you want to use a SMART Board and SMART Notebook. If you want to dive deeper, here are 5 more skills I’d consider for someone more familiar with the software. They are the slightly more … Read more