Listed below are a variety of resources that can be used with an interactive whiteboard.
(Many of these resources require SMART Notebook to open.)
|SMART Exchange is a resource forsearching and browsing SMART|
Board lessons and tools.
|Penn State has a free, public resource|
of interactive whiteboard games.
These can be played directly on any
integrative whiteboard and
use the 7 domains of reading.
|An interactive whiteboard game|
to work on finding details in reading.
This is one of the games from WPSU.
|This SMART Board resource is anengagement activity on consonant digraphs|
of sh, ch, th, and wh. To download
the SMART Board click on the picture
above. Also, please refer to the lesson plan
below to see how I implemented this whiteboard.
|An interactive whiteboard from two of|
my fellow Graduate Assistants- Sarah and
Megan. The lesson is on three types of
|Another interactive whiteboard from a fellow|
GA, Whitney. The whiteboard is on
the word families -at and -ake.
|Use this website for free interactive|
whiteboard resources. These can be
played without special software.
Podcasts About Interactive Whiteboards
|Preston College's podcast on using interactive|
whiteboards in the classroom. This describes
the best practices for using whiteboards
to teach a variety of concepts.
|A podcast that explains|
how to use SMARTBoard
in your classroom.
Although it focuses on math,
the ideas can be used
in all areas.
(A variety of interactives to use on the interactive whiteboard)
(Beginning reader games, fun,
(Basics for reading, sci.,
math, and computers)
(Interactive quizzes on
standardized test-type material)
(Click on Classroom Resources
for reading and writing activities.)
fun—activities—spelling list by teacher.)
(Ages 5-12; on-line
activities in subjects)
This video describes one way to use
an interactive whiteboard to teach reading
and writing conventions. This video
shows how to teach pronouns.