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Sharing SMARTBoard Resources

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SmartBoard NotebookEvery teacher using a SMART Board is making resources!

Imagine how many SMART Board notebook lessons are on teachers laptops across the country … there must be thousands and below are some recommended websites for sharing SMARTBoard resources.

The SMART Exchange is now free and is a source of many shared resources, both lesson plans and notebooks. To re-use someone else’s work as a basis for your ...

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Using computer games to inspire writing

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A Small WorldMany primary school teachers will have heard of using computer games such as Myst to inspire logical thinking, problem solving and literacy. Although they are recognised as a fantastic media for inspiring boy’s writing, computer games like Myst can be too complicated for a lot of primary school teachers. If a lot of preparation work  needs to be ...

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Brainstorm an Idea

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 There are many free brainstorming programs on the internet and our recommendation is Bubbl.us.

It is very straightforward and if opened on an interactive whiteboard pupils can add their own ideas or shout ideas out for the teacher to add. You could even allow confident pupils to record their own brainstorm using Bubbl-us. For example take the theme My Ideal School:

Spellathon 2012

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A Screen shot from the web page of the Spellathon

“Start practicing now as next year the world will compete in the first ever Global English Language Digital Spellathon Championships!

Spellathon is presented by ‘The Professor’, an amazing 3D bee character voiced by Stephen Fry and is set in a futuristic digital universe where the ‘Spelling Bees’ guide you through spelling games.

Entrants are ...

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Olympic Games 2012 Resources and Links

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It is going to be a very exciting 2012 with the Olympic Games being hosted in the UK for what may be the only time during our lifetimes!

The official London 2012 education programme is called Get Set. If you haven’t done so already, register your school, college or educational establishment for Get Set. As well as creating opportunities for children and young people to get involved in the excitement of the London 2012 ...

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