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whiteboard

noun A glossy white surface on which one uses non-permanent markers to share ideas in meetings, classrooms and work environments. The term has been extended to mean any interactive collaboration, including the use of a virtual whiteboard by multiple participants in various parts of the world during videoconferencing.

verb To share ideas and interact with others, as if a whiteboard were being used, to list participants’ ideas and to facilitate dialogue, as in “Let’s whiteboard this proposal.”
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In addition to using dry erase boards, the writing center also might involve students making entries in a blank book related to your current content area (George Washington, hibernation, planting, etc.).
Above the dry erase board in the area that comprises the teaching stage is the word "science" in large, black, bold print on a paper that is laminated with a thicker card stock paper.
"One building did all their hallways and rooms so it was like the whole office was a dry erase board."
Consider hanging up a dry erase board that you can use for reminders and to-do lists.
Another option is to convert existing equipment into an interactive whiteboard using devices like the SMART Interactive Display Frame or mimio interactive system, which add interactivity to a television or a dry erase board, respectively.
Think of as many uses as you can for the insulated tote inventory you stock and write them on a dry erase board at the center of your display.
In each patient room, she places a dry erase board, and then writes helpful hints or medical information she wants to share with patients each week.
Tinker?" asks sophomore Tuesday Reed, pointing at a dry erase board filled with her teacher's scrawl.
A good place to start is All Dorm, Inc., Santa Clara, Calif., where the Scrawlwall Dry Erase Board ($14.99), Adventure Armchair ($19.99), Sterlite Stackable Drawers (set of four, $49.99), and Crouton ($99), a cousin to the futon, not for your salad, will get the ball rolling.
The turf bulletin board is made from "genuine fake grass" and comes in a dry erase board.
The Owls have a dry erase board on its sideline in which players can sign their name after they force a turnover.