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Teaching Techniques

Is your whiteboard presentation clear to a student seeing it for the first time?   Try looking at your writing as though you were a student in your own class.

Keep these three points in mind while planning your board presentation:

 

1. MAKE ALL WORK LEGIBLE.  Obscured work is valueless.

2. Always give students time to copy what you have written. 

3. Organize your board work. The way you organize material on the board is the way students will organize material in their notes.  

 

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