SMART Extreme Collaboration
By Bobby Brian Lewis
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Before the lesson we had a blank page and after the lesson we got this.
How can it be used?
Find out what your students know about a topic-Teach what they don't know!
Brainstorming- Create a topic students respond with ideas on SMART board.
Question and answer- Post a question students respond with answers
Solve the math problem ( screen shade might be used to hide answers)
List capital of Alaska
Name countries in South America then open notebook file map of South America
List verbs in a paragraph
Read this poem- What was said? What is main topic? etc.
What did you learn today in class?
Students respond with answer and you create a graph with their information.
Stack same answer on topic to create a graph.
Gaming- Post a question and the student that answers first is the winner
Grouping students in teams or sharing devices, team scores added together
Posting work- students can also post work examples( My students created power points and then posted to smart board this made sharing easier for me)
Sharing- At the end of the nine weeks students could share their favorite project.
Design- Tell students to post a sentence with noun, verb, and adverb. Now you got some student create problems to work with.
Design- Post an area question -24 inches squared- Draw this and post to board. Think of the different examples -Does it have to be a rectangle? What is the perimeter of each shape. How many different answers?
Create- Students draw a right triangle and post with extreme collaboration.
Create- Students create a picture using paint( use snipping tool) and then share
Screen shade could be used to add a secret touch to the sharing.