How (and Why!) Research Helps Guide SMART Products

This is the second in a series of posts from Andy Cargile, Senior Director, User Experience at SMART. Andy leads a team of user experience designers and researchers who spend hundreds of hours in classrooms every year, delving into teaching, learning, and how technology can enhance them. In this series, Andy shares some of the key insights his team has uncovered, and what they mean for education. Find his first post here

Why Attend a SEE Summit? Thoughts From a SMART Exemplary Educator

This blog post was written by SMART Exemplary Educator Stella McCarthy. Connect with Stella on Twitter

Westminster School Focused on the Future

Westminster School in Adelaide has begun the school year by focusing on the future of learning. The school is undertaking a refresh and their learning spaces and technology are being upgraded to meet the future needs of their students.

More Australian Educators become SMART Certified Trainers

Growing the Australian SMART Community

During the summer schools holidays, another group of outstanding educators was trained to add to the Australian community of SMART Certified Trainers. Teachers from Early Childhood to Higher Education came together to learn the latest from SMART and how to provide professional learning for the thousands of teachers who use SMART hardware and software in their classroom every day. These trainers each bring to the table exciting an innoative ideas for implementing tehcnology.

What it Really Means (and Takes) to Make Learning Fun

This is the first in a series of posts from Andy Cargile, Senior Director, User Experience at SMART. Andy leads a team of user experience designers and researchers who spend hundreds of hours in classrooms every year, delving into teaching, learning, and how technology can enhance them. In this series, Andy shares some of the key insights his team has uncovered, and what they mean for education.

Drawing on tradition and looking to the future at Westminster School 

Nestled in the heart of London, alongside the British parliament buildings, lies a school built in the 12th century that continues to not only educate, but inspire students today.

This is What to Pack for Bett 2018

This blog post was written by SMART Exemplary Educator Mark Hartwright, and initially appeared on his personal blog here

How To: Apply Bloom's Taxonomy to Your Game-Based Learning

When game-based learning and high-level thinking come together, what emerges are highly engaged students, meaningful discussions, and relevant learning.

Open the Door - Starting the New Year off Right

This blog post was created by SMART Exemplary Educator Julie Kuzma.

Math and More: How Active Participation Sets Up Students for Future Success

Rita Della vale is a High School Mathematics teacher in Newark, New Jersey. Rita and her student teacher Jennabel Reyes recently participated in an implementation study with SMART to address the challenge of students struggling to move beyond computational learning of math concepts.

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