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This year, Mr. Hyman attended the ISTE in Philadelphia and presented SMART Board / Interactive White Board lessons created by Scholastic. Mr. Hyman was invited to present two 30-minute lesson demos for teachers and administrators from all over the country and world.
During the lesson demonstrations, Mr. Hyman talked about why the use of technology in everyday lessons is becoming more and more important and more a part of a school's daily life.
See pictures from the event below.
Scholastic Teacher Talks with Adam Hyman
Original Airdate: May 15, 2012
From the Scholastic Website: Wondering what to do with that interactive whiteboard in the classroom? Join Scholastic’s Interactive Whiteboard expert as he shares tips and tricks for integrating the interactive whiteboard into your every day teaching routine. Adam Hyman will discuss the essentials of SMART Notebook software so you can produce content-rich, interactive lessons that will get all students excited about learning.
Watch the webinar here.
Scolastic Teacher Talks Producers Allison Leong and Marci McLarty (L) along with Teacher Talks Host Erik Ryle & special guest presenter Adam Hyman (R). The free webcast will be broadcast on May 15, 2012 and is now available on-demand through Scholastic's website.
For the second year in a row and back by popular demand, Mr. Hyman presented Interactive White Board lessons at Scholastic's Teacher Appreciation Week at the Scholastic Flagship Store in Soho, NYC. The hour-long workshop took place in the spacious Scholastic Store Auditorium with 150 teachers in attendance.
For this workshop, Mr. Hyman focused the demo lessons on interactive writing and interactive math word problems for students in grades 3-6.