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How to Use a Promethean Board in the Classroom

by Beverley Lee
Engaging students in lessons takes skill and good classroom management, and using modern technology is always a plus for this endeavor. A Promethean board in the classroom helps you keep students involved in learning. The Promethean board is a proprietary interactive whiteboard from Promethean World...
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