I have been a big fan of using mini-whiteboards in the classroom for many, many years, and have periodically shared about their use here.
They are great tools for formative assessment, and to encourage full class participation in activities. And critical for non-online games.
I figured it was time to have a short “Best” list about them.
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Here’s what I have so far:
THE Number 1 Bit of Classroom Kit: Mini-whiteboards is from Teacherhead.
Show Me: Maximising the Use of Mini Whiteboards in Lessons is from Must Do Better.
The use of mini whiteboards in the classroom is from Durrington Research School.
Mini-Whiteboards are an Awesome Teaching Tool for EFL Classes is from Star Teacher Training.
10 things I do with my Mini-WhiteBoards is from Chia Suan Chong.
I’ve turned the brilliant T&L session on Mini Whiteboards led by @MissBKearns & @CiaraMcleigh into of our one pagers for staff to refer to.
I’ve thrown a copy here https://t.co/qLEDIHhrre
*Lots* of great stuff from @joeybagstock @teacherhead @adamboxer1 & @Doug_Lemov included pic.twitter.com/BwxvBelXK2
— Greg Thornton (@MrThorntonTeach) May 5, 2022
Tons and tons of slow stakes whiteboard work throughout the lesson pic.twitter.com/xcSULYFURq
— Greg Thornton (@MrThorntonTeach) May 6, 2023
Sorry sir, what was the question again? is from Durrington.