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K–12 teachers and schools are embracing (or re-embracing) no-tech, multi-purpose whiteboards for their practicality. Unlike interactive white boards (IWB), there’s nothing to power up and no apps to open. A basic whiteboard is often the easiest, quickest way to seize a teachable moment, capture someone’s attention and engage students of any age.

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New Smith System Whiteboards for K–12 Schools

If we view the classroom environment as the “third teacher,” then classroom walls are an extension of the teaching and learning process. So are whiteboards. They create instant vertical learning opportunities and establish wall zones.

For young learners, vertical learning could mean using a wall-mounted whiteboard to manipulate two- and three-dimensional objects, like magnetic numbers. For older students, it’s standing to solve a math equation or map out a collaborative group project.

Whiteboards also help differentiate wall zones, much like physical learning zones. According to one Edutopia article, establishing such zones are the first step in creating a thriving 21st century classroom.