As a technology coordinator, you are constantly seeking educationally appropriate resources that have both high interest and exceptional value. Take the worry out of your decision and let The ART of SMART be the place for all your technology integration needs.
Technology is changing so rapidly in today's society, sometimes it is difficult to keep up. The ART of SMART specializes in offering first class training opportunities that will serve your school district now and well into the future.
"As digital immigrants, if your staff is not confident with the use of their SMART Board software, they won't use it. And if they don't use it, we are not bridging the gap between us and our students, the digital natives." |
~ Julie Ann Sawall
The ART of SMART provides the highest quality educational resources, at the best possible price. |
Learn the practical knowledge and necessary skills to successfully implement SMART Board interactive whiteboards into your classroom.
You probably received some basic SMART Board interactive whiteboard training from your reseller.|
How much of this training do you remember? AND are you using your SMART Board software to its fullest potential?
Register and earn three Graduate Credits through
Tools for Learning
with Interactive Whiteboard and technology Classes.
Maximize the use of your investment with a high quality, hands-on,
SMART Board professional development training session from The ART of SMART.
As a professional educator myself, I hated the thought of going to another
sit-and-get professional development opportunity filled with
the latest buzz words in education. This is why as a Certified SMART Master Trainer,
my hands-on approach is designed to maximize learning to ensure that
ALL staff benefit from this exciting technology.
The ART of SMART Sessions go beyond the basic transfer of knowledge
and are filled with more opportunities to expand past the basic outline
of a traditional workshop. I help inspire and prepare educators to develop
standard-based curriculum notebooks that are based on the educator's
classroom needs, not simple tasks that will never be used again.
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