Old chalkboards and badly stained marker boards at a South Carolina elementary school have new life as classroom whiteboards, thanks to installation of EverEZ resurfacing panels from EVERWhite.
A large whiteboard often is selected to provide increased area for presentations. We have a wide selection of big whiteboards.
Whiteboards can be powerful teaching tools, especially if “best practices” are followed when installing and using them in the classroom.
Beth Kohsin, director of the CPI program office at the Air Force Medical Operations Agency, sees a str
uctured whiteboard and the ensuing huddles at the beginning of the day not only as an addition to the staff’s daily tasks but “what makes a difference for their team and leadership.”
A few easy-to-adopt techniques can greatly improve your whiteboard presentations and, thus, make your business meetings or your classroom lessons more effective. You need just two simple techniques to master effective use of a whiteboard: use of block letters and simple drawings.
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.
A traditional whiteboard is a good tool for teaching students in English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. That’s according to teacher Claudia Pesce in her Busy Teacher blog.
Whiteboards remain a very effective and useful tool for teaching – and actually may be the best choice for classroom presentations.
“Whiteboards are a great tool to help students organize their thinking,” says science teacher Mrs. Harris at the Organized Classroom blog.
Whiteboards are common in classrooms at all levels of education. They’re not just common, their essential, according to an elementary school teacher.