Promethean ActivInspire Resources
When evaluating a flipchart, think about what makes for a quality lesson. Lesson objectives should be well established, essential question, expected outcomes (understandings and/or skills), SOL’s addressed, instructional activities (mini lesson or lecture, group interactive activity, individual activities that might be shared, etc), and assessment plan should be evident. One of the most powerful features of a flipchart is the ability for students to interact with the board. That interactivity could be students manipulating media (text, graphics) on the board or students responding (verbally through a think/write/share activity or with an Active Vote/Expression) and finally assessment (using hands, paper, ACTIVote or ACTIVexpressions).
Click here for a Flipchart Evaluation Guide.
All flipcharts created by teachers at the ActivLoudoun Conference in June are available for download.
Online - You can register through My Learning Plan - Forms - Online Training
Introduction to ActivInspire (3 hour) - This course introduces the main features of ActivInspire. You will learn the basic skills required to create simple, interactive flipcharts.
ActiveInspire Level I Skills Course (10 hour) - This course covers the main features of ActivInspire in detail, including some of the more advanced features of the software. When you have worked through and understood the tutorials you can attempt the assessments. Successful completion of the assessments and a flipchart upload will award you the ActivInspire Advanced Skills Transcript.
Face-to-Face - Check My Learning Plan regularly for ActivInspire sessions