19 September 2013

So, you inherited a whiteboard, now what? project overview

The Inherited an Interactive Whiteboard project

We are happy to announce that once again we are running our Inherited and Interactive Whiteboard learning community!

These sessions  are designed to support Special Education teachers whose classrooms have an interactive whiteboard. The goal of this project is to share strategies and features of the interactive whiteboard (IWB) to support special education students and to create networking opportunities among special education teachers. 

The learning community runs from November to April with four sessions on:  Getting Started with your board, Visual Literacy Strategies, Student Engagement and Multimedia and Mathematics.  There is also job-embedded professional development provided for these teachers through co-planning and co-teaching opportunities.

If you are interested, go to DirectLine http://tdsbweb/directline/ for September 9 to download the proposal form.  All proposals need to be submitted by Friday, September 20th.

Mackie P.S. Inherited IWB in-class session report

Read last year's blog post report about an Inherited IWB Learning Community teacher's in-class session held at Mackie P.S. last May. Click on the photo to get to our archived story.

Margot McFarlane (teacher) showing her student how to use the
Ladibug Document Camera to capture an image.

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