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SMART Exchange in SMART Notebook
SMART Exchange is a one-stop destination designed to provide teachers with access to all of SMART's learning resources and the opportunity to connect with colleagues in a professional community. SMART Exchange has a variety of interactive lessons to use with SMART Notebook and all of the SMART tools. You do not need a SMART Board in order to use the engaging lessons in the library. There are lessons in SMART Exchange for all subjects and all grade levels. SMART Exchange offers custom-designed searches to help save you time by delivering relevant results and a full visual preview of all SMART Notebook files, so that you can easily evaluate a lesson before downloading it. These interactive lessons are available to use with SMART Notebook, the SMART Board, or the SMART Response Clickers.
For more information on SMART Notebook or SMART Exchange, please view the Atomic Learning Video:
SMART Response Clickers
- immediate feedback for teachers and students
- increased student engagement
- eases student anxiety by allowing anonymity
- easy analysis of student understanding
- can be used for formative or summative assessments
- instantly saves students' results
- and more...
Mrs. Aziz's class is evaluating their knowledge of decimals.
The students are engaged and enjoy seeing immediate feedback.
The students are actively involved in the lesson.
The SMART Board is an interactive board that turns a typical classroom into a fun learning environment. It enriches classrooms in several ways by providing hands on collaboration and creating the perfect learning setting. The SMART Board can accommodate different learning styles. The SMART Boards offers learners an opportunity to share and participate in the instructional process. Interactivity provides a platform for students to demonstrate their grasp of the subject through touching, drawing, and writing. Every learner has an opportunity to participate or contribute to the presentation and/or discussion.Teachers and students are able to identify individual strengths and weaknesses in various subject areas and isolate areas/topics that need more focus or review.
For more information on the interactive SMART Board, please view the Atomic Learning Videos:
Students are using the SMART Board tools for finding the perimeter and area of shapes.
Mrs. Aziz is the facilitator as the students are actively participating in the math lesson.
Students are using the interactive ruler to measure shapes.