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Please Note: If you wish to install SMART Notebook on your home computer you will need a copy of the product key. (Otherwise you are limited to a 30 day trial install)

You can download a copy of the SMART Notebook from:

http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/Products/SMART+Board+software/default.htm

The SMART Notebook installation program is SP1NBSBSetup.exe - 146.51 MB


ACU National students can contact me for a copy of the product key. Please send me an email from your ACU National emal account and I will send you the key.

Rupert

 

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http://www.infodiv.unimelb.edu.au/tss/user_guides/SMART-Board-User-Guide.pdf

Calvin Tromp and Rob Davis lead us through a mapping task that engages students in significant learning in the final weeks of the year: this paper reports on a classroom investigation of a sequence of cross-disciplinary mapping lessons undertaken by Grade Five students at Black Hill Primary, a Victorian State Primary School in Ballarat

While this activity was broadly framed around Mathematics, there were also important elements from Geography, (a new \emphasis in the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS)), along with English and Technology that contributed to the experiences of students undertaking the tasks. In both the Geography and Mathematics domain of the VELS ...

http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-169117952.html

The article reports on a classroom investigation of a sequence of cross-disciplinary mapping lessons undertaken by Grade Five students at Black Hill Primary, a Victorian State Primary School in Ballarat, Victoria. The advantages of having a grid overlay on maps were understood by the students. The benefits of the social learning approach adopted in the activity were demonstrated through the phrases and language of the students. Students were motivated and they found the task to be intellectually engaging.


Tromp, C., & Davis, R. (2007). Racetrack Mapping.

      Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom
, 12(3), 4-7.

 

 


APA citation:
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