How to create an interactive SMART Board Activity

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Published on February 16, 2014

Author: vanessasanerd

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A step by step instructional slide show on how to create or edit a SMART Board interactive game or activity from the lesson activity toolkit.

SMART Board activities and student engagement © 2014 Vanessa Rodgick Reprinted with permission. Image of Touch Gestures (SMARTtech, 2014a). Image of Type of Learner (Howe, 2012)

Collaborative technology and student achievement Collaborative technology Student engagement Student achievement

Lesson Activity Toolkit Image of Lesson Activity Toolkit (SMARTtech, 2014b).

SB software contains many interactive activities and games! Image of activities and games. (SMARTtech, 2014c).

Let’s play a game! Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech, 2014c).

Design an activity for your unique students’ needs. Image of Fish Jumping (Dreamstime, 2014).

Open SB Notebook software Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech,

Open Gallery. Open Lesson Activity Toolkit. Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech,

Click on Activities. Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech, 2014c).

Or, if your SM is right-side oriented… Image of Left vs. right. (Why are people left handed, 2014).

Click on Activities Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech, 2014c).

Drag the activity onto your slide and click edit. Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech, 2014c).

Type in your column labels. Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech,

Add labels (items to be sorted) Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech,

Sort and check to see if it works! Image of SMART Notebook Software (SMARTtech, 2014c).

Break into table groups! • What did you see? • How can a SB activity increase student engagement? • What are your fears about this technology? Image of Group Discussion (FPG, 2014).

Take out your SMART phones, tablets, laptops, etc. and go to www.vot.rs Enter the code, and answer the question. The results will be anonymous, but will be shown as a graph to the class on the interactive SMART Board. Question 1 Code: 40 31 33 Question 2 Code: 47 46 97 Take a break! Be back by 2:15 Image of Technology (Inform Local, 2012).

References Dreamstime. (2014). Fish Jumping [image]. Retrieved from http://www.dreamstime.com/stockphotography-gold-fish-jumping-to-empty-bowl-image17323392 Focus Pointe Global (FPG). (2014). Group Discussion [image]. Retrieved from http://www.focuspointeglobal.com/blog/bid/136582/Focus-Group-Participation-EncouragingDiscussion Howe, K. (2012). Type of Learner [image]. Retrieved from http://how2educate.com/wpcontent/uploads/2012/06/learning-styles.jpg Inform Local. (2012). Technology [image]. Retrieved from http://informlocal.com/ SMARTtech. (2014a). Touch Gestures [Image]. Retrieved from http://smarttech.com/885ix SMARTtech. (2014b).Lesson Activity Toolkit [Image] and Activities and games [Image]. Retrieved from http://downloads01.smarttech.com/media/services/quickreferences/pdf/english/lat_qrg.pdf SMARTtech. (2014c) SMART notebook software [image]. Retrieved from http://downloads01.smarttech.com/media/trainingcenter/flash/tutorials/6_thelessonacttoolkit/lessona cttoolkit.htm Why Are People Left Handed. (2014). Left vs. right [image]. Retrieved from http://whyarepeoplelefthanded.com/

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