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.