Monday, January 25, 2010

Smartboard Learning

The impression I got from the reading was that the Smart board will really revitalize teaching and learning. Math was referenced a couple of times during the article, about how students responded more to math lessons, improved their learning, and that the Smart board was more fit for mathematical concepts, especially geometry. With all the possibilities to actively include students in mathematical lessons, I believe interactive white boards will really change how math is taught and viewed by students.

Also, I believe that the Smart board is an advancement for helping individual students because it allows teachers to have lesson plans ready, easy to access, and gives them the ability to work with the students individually while the lesson is going on. This will allow better teaching and understanding of the material, as well as positive association with math classes.

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