Well my school has this Polyvision board which seems the least user-friendly IWB I have seen.

Does anyone have any experience using this board?

Furthermore, after I get it working to my liking, I want full teacher integration. Any experience with Promethean or SMART or a board not specified for either?

dhasty01

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Comment by Angela Brotherton on September 24, 2010 at 3:11pm
I have had an eno board for a little over a year. My students and I use it every day. I have some experience with Mimio and Smart, but love the eno the best. I use it for classroom management, behavior, engaging lessons and to make teaching exciting for me. Through simple ppt and hyperlink I have added time in my day to get to things I have never been able to get to before. I am constantly building lessons in Easiteach to help engage my students. I never have problems with the stylus. I love that I can show an educational video, pause it, write on it, switch to a blank screen, do a graphic organizer, print, switch back, print, and continue on. My favorite part is I don’t have to worry about breaking anything, or recalibrating throughout the day. I have 2 eno mini’s in my classroom also. I use these for two main reasons. One is so I can engage more students. Two is to get the attention of my less focused students. I will put it in front of a student off and on throughout a lesson, which makes them pay attention because they know they will be called to participate at any time. I also use the extra pens to have several students come to the board at one time and participate in lessons. I would be glad to share ideas with you if you would like.

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