One type of dry erase board that you might not be accustomed to is the glass dry erase board, but for educational professionals, those who work in an office setting and anyone else who needs to use one, glass dry erase boards can actually be superior to more traditional types. These are a few reasons why.
Glass Dry Erase Boards are a wise choice for schools and office spaces for several reasons, but let’s be clear – many of our clients choose them because they are visually appealing.
And there’s nothing wrong with that.
According to National Education Partnership, music helps students in a variety of ways, including cultivating better thinking skills and strengthening perseverance and creativity. Every March, educational institutions across the country celebrate Music in Our Schools Month (MISOM), a special event that’s strongly supported by the National Association for Music Education. They normally help the festivities along by providing participating educators with a variety of complimentary audio files and promotional materials. However, institutions that choose to join in on the fun will need age-appropriate school furniture on hand as well. That said, here’s a look at several items that will surely help enhance your music room and make any MIOSM 2015 event memorable.
At one time, it intimidated students when a teacher sent a child to the board to show his work. Today, this type of active involvement is commonplace and encouraged in schools. Teachers can use a variety of classroom dry erase boards to get students not just listening, but writing to reinforce learning.
Every teacher needs a large whiteboard in the classroom that is big enough for the entire class to see. Whether posting assignments or teaching a lesson, this board is usually the focal point of the room. Helpful features in a large white board include a magnetized surface, a tack strip at the top, and a low glare.