5 Benefits Of Smart Boards Bring to the Classroom

Smart boards, the most innovative idea to come to the classroom. It’s an interactive whiteboard that can do everything that your computer does. Schools and other educational institutions have begun to adopt modern teaching methods through smart boards. And we can not deny, the smart boards make the education system more interactive and easier. Students prefer to use tablets, phones and other devices to share and transfer study material that saves their time and efforts. On the other hand, the smart board helps teachers to turn boring lectures into an engaging session. It is not just about sharing information but also creating a better online presentation by avoiding the need to write manually.

Here we will talk about 5 benefits that smart boards bring to the classroom.

  1. Smart Boards Create Interactive Class

Due to its touchscreen, multiple students can use the smart board at the same time. This means they can work together to solve the problem while building relationships with one another. This may be the best part about these boards. Students do better when they are fully engaged, and hands-on learning is the best way to do it.


  1. Enable to Accommodate Different Learning Styles

Using Smart Boards allow teachers to teach in different styles to their students. There are students who are more verbally inclined, so they can listen to the teacher talk. Students that learn with their hands can touch the board and work out the problem themselves.


  1. Use it as a tool for note-taking

Students can come and write important points on the board. Alternately,  you can  appoint a student to type out notes on the computer while you talk, so that the other students can view and take them down.


  1. Brainstorming

Brainstorming in the classroom can be fun with a Smart Board. You can not only put together text/ ideas but also images, diagrams or videos.

  1. Better Visuals

Because it’s connected to a computer you have more options in how your lessons look. For example, you can highlight, bold, or italicize important words in lessons. This will grab students’ attention and they will focus more on those points.

You can replace long wordy lectures with more visual learning tools. You can show students the examples instead of trying to explain it with words. Or maybe there’s a video that would work better than a lecture. You can easily pull it up and play it for your students.

All in all, it’s the smart choice for all schools to adopt this type of teaching as soon as they can. These lessons give more confidence to students, which makes them more engaged, which allows them to learn more. Schools should try to find room in their budget for Smart Boards as soon as possible.


Shijina Rijesh

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