Meta-Sites are large collections of links sharing a
common theme - in this case, education and the use of
SMART boards. Though some meta-sites can be tedious to
sift through, the results are, more often than not,
SMART Technologies' Notebook software lesson activities
- a cornucopia
of interactive presentations, related hand-outs and
lesson plans, cross-indexed for Canadian and American
users by subject, level and standards (including
Quebec's). You may also wish to investigate
SMART-created lesson activities which represent
SMART's newest, unsorted offerings.
SMART Technologies 2-minute tutorials are
certainly worth watching
LEARN offers an ever-widening collection of
services which are indirectly compatible with SMART
The County of Bedfordshire in the United Kingdom
has mounted an eclectic collection of elementary
notebook files, including FSL. As your viewing the
sight, remember we can only use SMART board
Missouri's Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies'
participant, Julie Thompson, has compiled a variety of
K-3 (Elementary Cycle 1 & 2) resources compatible with
Smart board usage.
InterActivate supplies a large number of
Java-based courseware (Cycle 2 - Secondary Cycle 2).
Topmarks SMART board resources offers an
amazingly large amount of elementary, Flash-based
PrimTICE is a French site dedicated to SMART
BOARD usage at both the elementary & secondary levels.
Engaging Learners the SMART board Way - yet
another cornucopia of activities; however many are
design for single, not class, use.
Ready-made Jeopardy games in a variety of
subjects from K to Secondary Cycle II in Power Point
format - quite the site.
A huge collection of SMART board templates,
again, n a variety of subjects from K to Secondary Cycle
Athena - Opening the Doors to Learning offers
nearly all their material in interactive format.