Tag Archives: SMART Notebook
Whether you are looking for new ways to implement Common Core Standards in your classroom or differentiate instruction for a variety of learners, SMART Notebook software provides many fun and interesting ways to make this possible. In our most recent webinar titled “Going Further with SMART Notebook,” we featured ways to make lessons engaging and … Read more
Possibly the biggest challenge facing Hebrew Day Schools today is covering the breadth of the text of the Chumash while at the same time sufficiently drilling students on the grammar skills and vocabulary so as to make them independent learners. There simply isn’t enough classroom time in the day.
The best answer is to enable … Read more
Perhaps you went into a panic recently when you noticed that your Lesson Activity Toolkit and other flash objects are no longer working in SMART Notebook?
No need for worry – we have a quick an easy fix for you! This problem was caused by the recent update of the Adobe Flash Player 11.9.
Here … 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
The most fundamental types of assessment exercises are sequencing, matching, and grouping, each of which assesses a different intellectual modality of processing information in the brain. Although the traditional question formats of SMART Response are Multiple Choice and Numerical answers, we can actually use those formats to create assessments using sequencing, matching and grouping formats.… Read more
Our second lesson for October was created for Elementary Science. It focuses on animal diversity by first helping students to distinguish between living and non-living then explore the ways that animals are alike and different. With this information, students can then create informational text to explain what they’ve learned. (Download: SMART Notebook, RM Easiteach… Read more
Our first lesson for October was created for High School Science and introduces the idea of measuring power using watts. The lesson also assesses students’ abilities to compare the power developed when the same work is done at different rates. Literacy skills are integrated through the use of online resources for building background knowledge in … 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