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Product Description

An inspirational bank of ready-made lesson plans which make the most of your Smart Board across the whole curriculum.

This brilliant resource provides you with a bank of 100 ready-made lesson plans showing how to get more from your Smart Board’s exciting possibilities. The dynamic teaching sessions use the interactive potential of your board to the full in rich and varied lessons that will captivate children. As you teach, you’ll learn how to use the full range of Smart Board tools, and how and when your Smart Board can have the most impact. The lessons are perfect for all levels of experience, and include ideas for for class, group and independent work. Fifty photocopiable activities offer support away from the board, while editable planning grids are also included.

This book includes a CD-ROM with over fifty superb full-lesson Smart Notebook files to use on your board.

Product Details

Series

100 SMART Board Lessons

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780439945387

Date published

December 3rd, 2007

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Karen Botham (nee Mawer)

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  1. Alyson Ward
    on 25 January 2008

    100 Smartboard Lessons Y2

    The innovative nature of the resource Although I have seen online resources from Smartboard and other items published free on websites I have never seen lesson plan + Smartboard software published in book format.

    The impact on learning and the work of the teacher in the classroom, to what extent and in which areas I think that this will be a useful resource as firstly it would save the teacher a lot of time. Despite some training on Smartboard I am not aware of all its capabilities and this software showed me some of the things it is capable of that I do not currently add into my own made resources.

    How the resource supports or enhances the everyday life or work of teachers, pupils or school The range of areas covered was very pertinent to the areas that I currently teach in Year 2. Pupils find Smartboard and interesting device and I think the mixture of Smartboard as a tool alongside other suggested activities is important.

    Cost effectiveness in terms of educational aims and results – not just price. Personally I would not purchase a book this expensive even though it would be very useful and I would hope that no teacher employed in a school would but it could be a cost effective resource purchased out of a school budget. (Though which budget could be a problem as most schools would separate subject budgets and ICT already has a lot of hardware commitments. Many schools could use their e-learning credits)

    Aly Ward, Hawkinge Primary School, Kent

    5out of 5

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Case study

Aly Ward from Hawkinge Primary School, Kent takes a look at 100 Smartboard Lessons Year 2 for us.

The innovative nature of the resource

Although I have seen online resources from Smartboard and other items published free on websites I have never seen lesson plan + Smartboard software published in book format.

The impact on learning and the work of the teacher in the classroom, to what extent and in which areas I think that this will be a useful resource as firstly it would save the teacher a lot of time. Despite some training on Smartboard I am not aware of all its capabilities and this software showed me some of the things it is capable of that I do not currently add into my own made resources.

How the resource supports or enhances the everyday life or work of teachers, pupils or school*

The range of areas covered was very pertinent to the areas that I currently teach in Year 2. Pupils find Smartboard and interesting device and I think the mixture of Smartboard as a tool alongside other suggested activities is important. Cost effectiveness in terms of educational aims and results – not just price. Personally I would not purchase a book this expensive even though it would be very useful and I would hope that no teacher employed in a school would but it could be a cost effective resource purchased out of a school budget. (Though which budget could be a problem as most schools would separate subject budgets and ICT already has a lot of hardware commitments. Many schools could use their e-learning credits)

FAQs

100 SMART Board lessons

Do I need have SMART board software to run 100 SMART Board lessons?

You do, if you do not have SMART board software you will need to install it – Go to www2.smarttech.com for more information.