Coming in June: Best Practices in SMART Notebook Lesson Creation

Here we go! Here is the first of many new workshops we are offering in the TELE (Technology Enhanced Learning Environment) this summer at the Virtual Learning Center of Cooperating School Districts. More classes will be posted shortly-

NEW! (Level 3 Training)
Best Practices in SMART Notebook Lesson Creation
This new course takes place on June 10th from  8:30 to 3:30 at Cooperating School Districts. The cost is $149 for CSD members and $189 for non- members. There is also 1 graduate credit available for an additional fee through Lindenwood University.  Please note, there is a PREREQUISITE. Participants in Best Practices in SMART Notebook Lesson Creation must have completed Level 2 Training from the Virtual Learning Center or the equivalent. This course is not for beginners- participants will be sent a survey of their skills before enrolling.

Enhance your ability to create professional and interactive SMART Notebook lesson activities!  This content creation class provides instruction and best practices for creating content with SMART Notebook collaborative learning software. Available for teachers with intermediate or advanced skills in SMART Notebook software, this class will teach you how to create interactive lesson activities based on curriculum standards and best practices scoring guides. You’ll also collaborate with others teaching in your grade and subject area to design and build lessons. You are encouraged to bring any curriculum materials you might need, such as teacher guides and supplemental materials.  Lesson activities created in class will then be shared with other teachers through the SMART Exchange.

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