Notebook software training for SMART Board users - Level 2
Learn how to design lesson activities in Notebook collaborative learning software by adding style and incorporating interactive content at a full-day professional development event
What to expect
The modules - agenda and content
This event is led by a SMART Certified Trainer who works with SMART products every day. By the end of the event, you'll be comfortable creating and organising lessons using the SMART interactive whiteboard and Notebook software.
You will receive a level 2 Notebook software learner workbook that includes reference material, step-by-step activities and review exercises. The workbook is used during the session and is an excellent reference for the future.
You will have time to ask questions and create interactive lesson activities.
A training event includes morning and afternoon breaks, a one-hour lunch and the following distinct learning modules:
Who should attend?
Intermediate design in Notebook software: Learn how Notebook software can help you to structure lessons more effectivly. Use new tools and add rich media content to lesson activities.
Delivering lessons and leveraging interactive tools: Learn best practices for teaching with an interactive whiteboard. Discover the differences between using Notebook software to create presentations in advance and using the software spontaneously in your classroom.
Tools for assessing student learning: Review the science of evaluation and assessment, and build assessment activites. Learn how to use Notebook software in your formative summative evaluations of your students and their work.
Additional resorces: Find out how SMART supports you with a number of resources, including free training materials and an online community.
- Users of SMART Board interactive whiteboards or Sympodium interactive pen displays who have completed Notebook software training level 1, attended a SMART Master's event or who have at least one year of experience using Notebook software
- Primary, secondry and higher education instructors and corporate trainers
All participants should have basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows or Macintosh operating systems