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SMART Express Software
. This is SMART Software which can be used online.
You also have the option of downloading the SMART Express software.
YouTube Channel for SMARTBoard Videos
GREAT SMARTBoard Videos
Interactive WhiteBoard Resources for Teachers:
Center School District
Center School District
SMARTBoard Resources Page:
Longwood Center School District SMARTBoard Lessons K-12
Rockingham County Public Schools (great site):
Wissahickon School District SMARTBoard Resources
(Interactive Whiteboard Resources):
Teachers Love SMARTBoards
Kenton County Schools:
Blanchard Elementary School Technology Whiteboard Resources
The Whiteboard Blog Art Resources
Art Resources for the Interactive Whiteboard
SMARTBoard Quickstart Guide
Everyday Math SMARTBoard Lessons:
Grades 3 through 5 Math Lessons:
Videos at VodPod
Search Results for SMARTBoard Tutorial:
Interesting Ways to use Your Interactive Whiteboard in the Classroom
by Tom Barrett
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Cleaning Your SMARTBoard:
Do not use permanent markers to write on your interactive whiteboard.
Do not use low-odor dry-erase markers because the ink is difficult to remove.
Do not use sharp writing instruments such as ballpoint or fine-pointed pens, which can damage the surface if they are applied with heavy pressure.
Do not use adhesive tape on your interactive whiteboard, because removing the tape can damage the top layer of the writing surface.
Do not use abrasive chemicals or cleaners on your interactive whiteboard.
Before you clean your SMART Board interactive whiteboard, shut down or disconnect the connected computer so that you do not scramble desktop icons or inadvertently start programs when you wipe the screen.
Use an alcohol/ammonia free household glass cleaner, such as Windex glass cleaner, to clean the writing surface or Expo dry erase cleaner.
Do not spray cleaner directly onto the surface. Instead, lightly spray cleaner on a cloth, and then gently wipe the screen.
Do not allow excess glass cleaner to flow into the crack between the lower frame and the writing surface, or into the pen tray recesses.
If you can still see ink marks after cleaning the surface with Windex glass cleaner, use a dry-erase marker cleaner, such as Sanford Expo whiteboard cleaner.
Encourage everyone using the SMARTBoard to have clean hands.
Sites to Use for SMARTBoard Training:
Google Books. Book on Engineering:
NLVM Great Circle (Earth):
NLVM Platonic Solids
National Geographic Atlas Puzzles:
Text 2 MindMap:
Interactive 100 Numbers Chart:
Illuminations Interactive Fraction Model:
Wikipedia for Copying Text/Images:
Enchanted Learning -- Great for Copying Worksheets and Creating SMARTBoard Activities:
Sandwich Public Schools SMARTBoards:
help on how to format text
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