Whiteboard surfaces are adaptable, easy-to-use learning tools that students can use to generate ideas, synthesize concepts, create solutions, and collaborate with their peers. For examples on how to use white board surfaces in your classroom, explore below:
Leveraging whiteboard surfaces
Whiteboards permit quick sharing of thoughts and ideas. Students like that their responses aren't permanent and that they are free to draw, write, etc. in their own way to communicate.
--Erik Nelson, Assistant professor
Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Bloomington