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Create Engaging, Research-based Content for Your Interactive Whiteboard

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Have you ever wondered if there were templates or guidelines you could follow to create truly engaging, interactive lessons for your Interactive Whiteboard (IWB)? Have you wondered what should you include and where's the best spot for it? Join Lauren Boucher as she discusses research-based strategies for creating rich IWB lessons that yield positive learning results. You will be introduced to specific hide and reveal techniques, lesson design and formatting considerations, and ways to get real-time response data from your students. Additionally, participants will walk away with a rubric for evaluating their IWB lessons to ensure they're utilizing their IWB to its fullest capabilities.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, January 6, 2022 @ 6:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Interactive Whiteboards
Tags: Interactive Whiteboards, IWBs, lesson design

Reviews (65)

Full Member
Thanks for the ideas.
Basic Member
The presentation was a good review of ways to use smartboard with my students.
I really would have liked to see an example of how you are using this. I really didn't understand how this would be useful. I am a visual learner and would like to see a real example with students.
Basic Member
Awesome webinar! Very useful! Thank you!
Full Member
Very informative
Basic Member
Good content
Basic Member
Just new to whiteboard so this session is a good introduction to creating interactive student learning activities,
I liked the presentation & hope to utilize some of its ideas. As a new teacher, it would be helpful for me to see one page of the main subjects, ELA, math, social studies, science and some of the tech tools they use. A
Great job!
Basic Member
I learned some very useful things in this webinar! I love that she kept it honest and real about the uses and keeping our minds towards standards. I can't wait to use these ideas!
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