Whiteboards are common in classrooms at all levels of education. They’re not just common, their essential, according to teacher Kalena Baker.
“I really don’t know what I would have done if I had to teach in a time before whiteboards and markers,” she writes in her Teaching Made Practical blog. “They were essential to my classroom – so essential that they are one of my “9 Must Haves for Elementary Teachers.”
She cites several benefits of traditional classroom whiteboards, including:
Baker advises the establishment of procedures for use of whiteboards and dry erase markers. Those can cover such areas as marker storage, personal markers vs community markers, and care of dry erase markers.
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.