As summer break ends and the new school year begins, teachers everywhere are gearing up for the challenges and opportunities ahead. In today’s digital age, education technology plays a pivotal role in the classroom. Let’s explore five easy ways you can make Promethean edtech work for you during the back-to-school season.
Get acquainted with Promethean
Before you dive headfirst into the school year, take some time to get familiar with Promethean’s interactive whiteboard technology, software, and apps. Attend webinars, workshops, or explore online tutorials that can help you make the most of your technology. Understanding its capabilities will save you time and frustration later on.
Customize your classroom
Promethean is highly customizable. Tailor it to suit your teaching style and classroom needs. Create a Promethean account and personalize your wallpaper by setting up profiles and preferences that make your teaching experience more efficient and engaging.
Stop, collaborate, and listen!
Don’t reinvent the wheel! Browse the Promethean Resource Library for ready-made resources at your fingertips. Check our social media to connect with other teachers and exchange ideas to enrich your teaching materials.
Engage with your students
Promethean encourages real-time interaction with students. Instruct students to solve problems on the interactive whiteboard, share their thoughts or work using Screen Share, or play educational games. This hands-on approach makes learning fun and memorable.
Troubleshooting and support
Even with the best technology, hiccups can occur. Familiarize yourself with Promethean’s customer support resources. We’re here to help you navigate any technical challenges and ensure you feel comfortable using technology in your classroom.
You’re not alone!
Embracing a growth mindset toward edtech and focusing on small victories can set you up for success. Be open to trying new things, learning from your experiences, and adapting your strategies. Your willingness to evolve will inspire your students to do the same. Remember, you’re not alone!