classroom technology

  1. BoardShare 101: Setup Tricks

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    “The hardest thing about getting started, is getting started.” Wise words from Guy Kawasaki! For many educators, getting started with education technology can be the trickiest step. When it comes to setting up BoardShare, there are many tips and tricks we can offer. Here are some of our most helpful suggestions. Continue reading

  2. Pairing Technologies With Your Interactive Whiteboard

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    How can an educator make an interactive whiteboard even more effective? By pairing it with other classroom technologies and tools! Interactive whiteboards offer a great deal of flexibility with the types of technologies and web-based tools you can pair them with, heightening learning and collaboration. Continue reading

  3. Which Projectors Are Right For Our Classrooms?

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    As time dwindles down for schools to spend their remaining budget dollars, many technology directors are looking to acquire new projectors for their district. With the vast number of different projectors on the market today, finding the right projector can be an overwhelming task. Nichole Hembree, BoardShare’s director of business development, recently spoke with Anthony Cusmano, one of BoardShare’s partners at Touchboards, to find out more about what projectors he recommends for different classroom setups. Anthony is a product specialist and projector guru who has helped thousands of educators find the right projector for their classroom. Continue reading

  4. Preventing Technology Frustration In The Classroom

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    While many teachers are comfortable with technology and can quickly grasp how to use it, other teachers often find technology complicated, overwhelming, and frustrating. There are some educators who feel that teachers with an aversion to technology need to shape up or ship out. Lia De Cicco Remu, director of Partners in Learning at Microsoft Canada, said that paper and pen don’t have a place in the modern classroom, and that teachers who use them are not being fair to their students. For teachers who struggle with technology, the introduction of so many new devices can cause a great deal of frustration.  Continue reading

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