Go ahead and start working on your lesson. I have included the tutorials and resources on this page for reference. I’m here to help and your peers are here for you as well. Please don’t hesitate to ask for help or feedback on your lesson.
Smart Resources 2 (This is my favorite place to search for existing files)
Please refer back to these as often as necessary throughout the next week or so.
Smart Notebook Examples
Before we learn all the technical aspects of using and creating Smart files, let’s look at some examples:
Example 1: Smart Board Basics
Example 1: Drawing Using a Grid System
Example 2: How to Read Maps
Example 3: Morning Calendar 2010
Example 4: Whack-a-Mole Game
Your Smart Lesson should be saved as a PDF and attached to your creativity and innovation page. Remember to include a description on your page to give your reader information about your attachment.
If you are creating a Smart Notebook file, I would also like for you to save it to a flash drive I will pass around. These files will be shared on SMART Exchange, the same way that you were able to access other teacher files.