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SMART IWB Summer Institute Day 1

Using SMART Interactive Whiteboard in the Classroom Institute
Bronx Office of Educational Technology
One Fordham Plaza Room 821 Bronx New York 10458

Day 1: July 13, 2011

Shelia Graham, Instructional Technology Specialist Timothy Lampson, Supervising Technician

AGENDA

  
8:30AM         SMART Notebook 10 Software Installation (If Needed)

                    1. SMART Notebook 10 Software
                    2. Essentials for Educators (Gallery) 
                    3. Lesson Activity ToolKit 
                    4. SMART Response (OPTIONAL)

9:00AM         GETTING CONNECTED, WHAT'S NEEDED AND HOW?

9:15AM 
        The Board: Getting Oriented

                    Pen Tray, Orienting the Whiteboard, On-Screen Keyboard Button, Digital Ink Layer, Ink Aware

10:30AM BREAK

10:45AM 
        SMART Notebook Software 10 

                        Launching Notebook Software
                        Welcome to Notebook 10: Highlights
                        Your Workspace, Handwriting Recognition, Eraser Tip
                        Menu Bar - File, Edit, View, Insert, Format, Draw, Help
                        Notebook Toolbar: Select button, Screen Shade, Screen Capture
                        Side Tabs - Page Sorter, Adding pages, renaming the page
                        Gallery: Essentials for Educators: 
                        Background files, Flash Objects, Video clips
                        Properties: Animating Objects, Gallery: Essentials for Educators: 
                        Background files, Flash Objects, Video clips
                        Properties: Animating Objects, Properties: Animating Objects, 

12:00NOON     LUNCH

1:00PM 
          HANDS-ON PRACTICE: Create a eight page lesson activity using the following guidelines. Rename each page accordingly 

                      Page 1: Title, Creator, Grade Level and one related graphic
                      Page 2: Content Area and Lesson Objectives
                      Page 3: NYS and/or CCSS Learning Standards (Identify at least two standards that the lesson will address) 
                      Page 4: Interactive content
                      Page 5: Interactive Content
                      Page 6: Interactive Content 
                      Page 7: Interactive Lesson Conclusion
                      Page 8: Citations of All Sources Used 

                      NOTE: This is only a start. You will continue developing the lesson activity during the institute.
                                 All completed lessons are due by  Friday, July 15, 2011 at 1:00PM no exceptions.
                                 Project LEARN and KIM grant participants must post their lessons on the appropriate Google Grant Site


2:30PM          Share Your Thoughts 

                      Reflective Questions

                      What are some potential benefits to utilizing this tool to present lesson content?
                      What are some potential challenges you might face in utilizing this tool in your classroom?
                      List 3-4 strategies/features you can immediately implement in your classroom to enhance your practice and student learning.
                      How does this tool support or detract from your comprehensive school goals; your collaborative inquiry teacher team goals?


2:40AM           Today's Surveys
                       Project KIM
                       Project LEARN 

2:55PM 
         WRAP-UP AND CLOSURE

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