Simple and Reusable. Versatile. Non-Messy, Participative. Cost Effective.
Those are the attributes that whiteboards have for classroom teaching, says Natasha Gilani in her article at the classroom.synonym.com website.
Simple and Reusable – As you can write and erase quickly on a whiteboard, they’re great for quick explanation and spontaneous work, Gilani notes. EVERWhite boards, with a non-porous surface, are incredibly easy to wipe clean. Gilani also praises whiteboards for their use in discussions and in “unfolding processes.”
Versatile – Use a whiteboard for interactive exercises, brainstorming, discussions, and for spontaneous activities. No need to be hooked up or have the settings configured!
Non-Messy – Unlike blackboards, there is no dust when erasing writing and drawings on a whiteboard. And, as noted above, the erasability of non-porous boards like EVERWhite makes clean-up a breeze.
Participative – Multiple users can write on a dry erase board at the same time, supporting collaboration and participation, Gilani says.
Cost Effective – Whiteboards and whiteboard accessories such as markers and magnets are relatively inexpensive, especially when compared to the cost of interactive boards. EVERWhite offers a lifetime guarantee on its boards, adding tremendous value.
Read more about her insights at her post at classroom.synonym.com.
Dan Griffin is general manager of EVERWhite, a US manufacturer and seller of whiteboards and tack boards used for teaching, coaching, planning, collaboration and tracking. Along with his expertise in the use of whiteboards, Dan excels in leadership, product development, business operations, continuous improvement and product marketing. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a focus on Marketing, from Temple University.