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Extreme Collaboration with Notebook 11
Family and Consumer Science
FAVORITE THINGS - Part 1
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Funding and Grants
History and Social Studies
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ISU Ed Speaker Series
Koosh Ball Templates
LAB - Lesson Activity Builder
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Language Arts and Spelling
Lesson Activity Toolkit 2.0
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Pre-Calc & Calculus Activities
Remote Desktop Software
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smart tools for use with internet
Smart Video Player
Spanish files to download
Teaching with the Smart Board
Tips for the Smart Notebook
Tips for using the tools in Smart Notebook
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Add a Voki Avatar to your lesson!
Grab your students' attention and watch them participate in class by embedding a speaking avatar right onto your SMART Notebook software page. Create an avatar yourself, or better yet, have your students create their own by visiting voki.com. You can customize your avatar’s voice, background, theme, and character. When your avatar is complete, all you have to do is publish and copy and paste to the Voki widget in SMART Notebook.
Notebook 11 and Internet access is required to use this widget.
Move your mouse around and watch the avatar's eyes follow. Press play on the voki to the left to see what it has to say!
Go to SMART Exchange:
and login to SMART Exchange. If you don’t have a login on SMART Exchange, you will need to sign up before you can download lessons, widgets, and more. In the search box, type
Download the voki widget. It will be put into the Gallery in “My Content” – Interactive and Multimedia.
In Notebook 11, open a new page, drag the Voki Avatar widget onto the page from “My Content” - Interactive and multimedia.
, login to Voki, and create an avatar.
Publish your Voki. Click in the box under
or click on the
. The code is selected and copied.
Go back to your Notebook page with the Voki widget. Click in the white box and Paste your Voki code from Voki.com into the box on your Notebook page.
Use your keyboard shortcut (CTRL V for Windows users) to get your code copied into the widget vs. onto the screen.
go. If you are connected to the Internet,
the Voki will begin to animate. You can move it around the page. You can also resize it. As you move your mouse, notice the Voki’s eyes are following it. Use the play button to start speaking. Have fun!
Voki Lesson Plan Database -
Links to the Teacher’s Corner, tutorials, Voki Newsletter, and more –
How to become a better presenter by using Voki Avatars -
help on how to format text
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