SMART Board Use Spectrum
Beginning User
Adaptive User
Advanced User
This user uses the SMART Board in a very basic way
This user uses the SMART Board for teaching and manipulating
This user uses the SMART Board for teaching, manipulating, and student interaction in a very visually effective way
Displays overhead projector on SMART Board
Uses dry-erase markers for annotations
Teacher is primary user of the SMART Board
Struggles with features, unsure of basic tools in Notebook
Displays seatwork/bellwork directions then turns off for rest of morning/period
Projector primarily used for showing videos, United Streaming
 
Are you a beginning user? Would you like to improve your SMART Board skills? Are you a Center teacher? Check out our classes . . .
Advanced Applications of the SMART Board is the class for you.  (Don't let the name fool you! This class is for advancing SMART Board skills by focusing on Notebook.)

Uses stylus markers for notes and examples in Notebook
Notebook content (galleries) used on a regular basis
Notebook is used on an hourly basis
Most Notebook features used
Visual presentation limited to notes, study guides, worksheets or other scanned materials
 
 
 
Are you an adaptive user? Would you like to improve your SMART Board skills? Are you a Center teacher? Check out our classes . . .
Classroom Applications of the SMART Board  (This class focuses on capitalizing on the visual-ness the SMART Board has to offer.)
Numerous Notebook features are used with ease, including advanced features (such as recording, spotlighting, highlighting, etc.)
Students interact with manipulatives, maps or other portions of interactive lessons
Students annotate on SMART Board (Notebook, Internet)
Interactive lessons are developed and used on a regular basis
Notebook, Internet, emulators and other projected programs used on an hourly basis
SMART Board and projector are used in effective visual presentations
Has experimented with improving skills through training sessions, downloading templates and lessons
Knows basic troubleshooting
 
Are you an advanced user? Would you like to apply your SMART Board skills? Are you a Center teacher? Check out our classes . . .
class Notebook Content Development is the class for you.  (This class focuses on the development of Notebook lessons. It is an extension of the previous two classes, so you need to have taken at least one of them.)

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