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SMART Board EduGames and Training Modules

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Hi all,

This is probably going about things the hard way, but does anyone know how I could possibly program games / training modules for a SMART Board (Interactive White Board)? I want to create my own game and training notebook files to share with other teachers. I think it would be a great way to show my students the classroom procedures on the first day of school. The problem, though, is, I don't think they have a template for what I want to do. I want to design a game with decent graphics and lots of interactive parts to simulate classroom situations. How would I program my own template?


Ms. B


here's a link with more information:

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