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Re: [teacherartexchange] PowerPoint-writing during presentation tip


From: Rick Larson (jrlarson51_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Sep 21 2005 - 16:22:45 PDT

Our school has 2 smart boards, which I am not allowed to use, as it is for
the 'regular'classroom teachers.
Fun, huh...
----- Original Message -----

> We recently had Smart Boards installed in every project room in our school
> and
> are working on getting one for the arts department. You project the
> internet
> page onto the board, align the stylus to the page, and you can touch the
> projected computer screen on the board and interact with it. It is similar
> to
> projecting it onto the TV, except the kids can actually touch the
> "buttons" on
> the screen and use the computer page. I believe that the new screen and
> projector for the arts department is going to cost around $4000.
> Denise Pannell
> Defiance, OH
>>===== Original Message From Sidnie Miller <> =====
>>What about a Smart Board??? I've never actually played with one, but I
> they connect back to
>>the computer and your marks on the board are shown on computer. Maybe
> someone out there
>>really knows about them.
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