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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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"Their weight also poses limits in the size, application, and mounting of dry-erase boards," he adds.
But before we move on, are you sure the butterfly method always works?" I write five-sixths minus two-thirds on the dry-erase board. John pauses briefly and then applies the butterfly method.
Consider a dry-erase board with a friendly note and the time when you'll return.
Finally, he goes to the dry-erase board and draws a vertical line intersected by a horizontal line and talks about a quadrant or a graph.
The initial issues included the following: monitoring student behavior and participation during class and organizing classroom materials, particularly the articles necessary for using the dry-erase board. As we successfully addressed each issue, having Maria take on more responsibilities in teaching and administrative duties during her internship was inevitable.
Score a dry-erase board for your door so you can jot notes to yourself as you dash between classes.
* Think outside the box: Try some fresh ideas, like turning a wall Into a dry-erase board.
There are four stages and it looks like this" she says pointing to a hill-shaped graph on the dry-erase board. "This is the continuum of time." The class launches into a discussion about the marketing timeline of a mythical energy drink.
A dry-erase board to put up announcements, poems, rants, and sketches was a must, so the construction crew added a long whiteboard on the end panel of the book shelves.
We bought her a dry-erase board, and she uses it all the time.
It's sort of like TV doctor Gregory House's dry-erase board full of symptoms: What does it mean if Linens 'N Things is being liquidated, Circuit City is in Chapter 11, and chains ranging from Dillard's to Kirkland's to Pep Boys are closing stores?
The system can be installed as a wall mount projector, with a full connectivity input/output module and a digital annotation module to turn any dry-erase board into an interactive whiteboard or multimedia system.