Museum London is pleased to provide you with the following Smart board programs for use in your classroom.
The programs will run using Smart Notebook software. To download Smart Notebook software, visit:
Art based Smart board Program
The art based Smart board program An Elementary Teacher Art Resource is intended to be used with students in Grades 1-8. All of the content addresses the 2009 Visual Arts Curriculum and teaches students the elements and principles of design appropriate for their grade. The Smart board activities are fun and engaging and incorporate digital representations of original works of art in Museum London’s collections. The Smart board program is self-explanatory and instructions for the activities can be found on each of the pages by pulling the “blue arrows.”
The Smart board program was produced by Museum London in partnership with the Thames Valley District School Board. The following TVDSB teachers worked with Museum London to create the curriculum content for this resource: Gidget Davidson, Diane DuMaresq, Jeff Heene and Lisa Kokenyesi. Please note all images of artwork included in the resource are the property of Museum London and may not be reproduced without permission.In addition to the Smart board program, post-museum visit lessons for Primary, Junior & Intermediate students are available as Word documents. The lessons relate to images of artwork on the Elementary Teacher Art Resource Smart board program. There is also a game for Intermediate students called “Art Master” available to download as a Notebook file. The lessons and game were developed by Ashleigh Blair Steele, a teacher with the TVDSB.
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History based Smart board program
The history based Smart board program Black Communities in Southwestern Ontario 1830-1920 is designed for grade seven and eight students and focuses on the history of southwestern Ontario’s Black population. There is also a resource guide for teachers (available as a PDF) that provides additional content and corresponding classroom activities.
The Smart board program and resource guide was produced by Museum London and Grace Dungavell, a Graduate Student in Public History at the University of Western Ontario.
We hope that you find these Smart board programs helpful and that you visit Museum London soon with your students! Should you have any questions or comments about these resources please email email@example.com
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