Physics and Interactive Whiteboards Glog

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by undrewjoseph
Last updated 6 years ago

Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Physics
Grade:
9,10,11,12

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Physics and Interactive Whiteboards Glog

Having students complete a problem at the board is better on an interactive whiteboard. Teachers can already have variables, graphs, and other information typed up when students enter the class

The teacher can display simulations on-screen and modify the simulation with student interation

Teachers can display information with a timer: whether time left on a test, opening and closing questions, classroom reminders, quiz questions, or quiz, homework, or lab hints and directions!

Teachers and students can help with the understanding of math and equations by moving around variables on screen

The class will be paying attention for once!

Students can draw variables and trends on video and pictures in front of the class

Another dimension can be added to class demonstrations, whether by pairing a demonstration with video, displaying guiding questions, or allowing the recording of data

Class presentations have never been funner! Students will love to create their own content on this media

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Teachers can display charts on the whiteboard and change the variables in response to student input

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Making Content Accessible

Students with mobility issues can still interact at their seats! They can use a laptop or a remote control.

Everyone can benefit by taking the lessons home with them: people who are hearing or sight impaird, learners who benefit fro practice and repetition

Students who need additional help can cick links on the presentation for helpful resources

They can even play games!

Interactive Whiteboards in the Physics Classroom

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Connect your classroom to everything!

Teacher resources!

Virtual Moon Globe!

Students can vote on the correct answer to a multiple choice problem using a remote control.

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Your interactive whiteboard can contain links to interactive content!

Cool how-to Physics video!!

By Andy Balko

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