I have been writing articles describing different ways that I use group whiteboards in class. This page will serve as a collection of that information for handy use. It is a work in progress right now, but you’ve got to start somewhere.
Here are the posts that I’ve written (or plan to write) about whiteboarding so far.
- Whiteboard Mistake Game: A Guide
(Older posts on the same topic: Whiteboarding with Mistakes and The Mistake Game)
- Monk Whiteboarding
- Whiteboard Face-Off (Board Meeting)
- Whiteboard Gallery
- Whiteboard Speed Dating
- Random Responsibility Whiteboarding
If you don’t know about the whiteboards at all, you can start with Frank’s post on the $2 interactive whiteboard.
Gary Abud has a nice post called Making Thinking Visible on his blog with several modes of whiteboarding and tons of resources and references.
A page of resources from Northwestern Oklahoma State University.