What: Five math teachers from across North America will showcase how they use a SMART Board interactive whiteboard to transform math lessons into dynamic, interactive activities that improve student engagement, motivation and achievement. Numerous math concepts will be covered for all grade levels–from an elementary teacher working with the Creative Pens feature in Notebook collaborative learning software to a high school teacher using the SMART Recorder to record a math class. This event is part of SMART´s customer reception, held in conjunction with the NCTM Annual Meeting and Exposition.
Presenters: Beth Stuerman, 5th grade math teacher in Warner Robins, Georgia
Robbee Tonubbee, Mathematics chair and teacher in Calera, Oklahoma
Ashley Hallihan, high school math teacher, Miramichi New Brunswick
Linda Treilman, high school math teacher in Pennington, New Jersey
Derrick Grant, high school teacher and math mentor in Fredericton, New Brunswick
When: Thursday, March 22, 2007 6:00–6:45 p.m.
Reception to follow from 6:45–8:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Where: Georgia Aquarium, the Atlantic Room
225 Baker Street, Atlanta, Georgia
SMART Technologies Inc. is both the industry pioneer and global education market segment leader in user-friendly interactive whiteboards and group collaboration tools. SMART products include the award-winning family of SMART Board interactive whiteboards, interactive student response systems, interactive pen displays, wireless slates and software. SMART products are designed to meet the needs of today´s students. Every day, SMART´s innovative and versatile products help create engaging learning environments for 15 million students in more than 450,000 classrooms in more than 100 countries worldwide. From kindergarten to university, SMART products encourage student participation, help educators streamline lesson preparation, and improve student motivation and learning. Learn more about SMART products and programs at www.smarttech.com and www.education.smarttech.com.