Polyvision Information and Resources

A very simplistic Polyvision board overview. Cute but a bit saccharine.

A teacher-made quick tutorial of using the Eno Board- covers using slide show, writing on slides, screenshots, using a pen as a mouse, and more. One of the important points she shows, is the importance of toggling the pen out of its different modes.

Quick Link to YouTube Video on how to get the Eno Board up and going– step by step directions

RM EasyTeach Math Toolbar video

Teacher using Google Sketchup with Eno Board

Kindergarten teacher showing how she uses graphic organizers and venn diagrams on her polyvision board.

Teacher uses online math resources from Pearson Successnet with her Eno Board

Links to Polyvision-created and Partner Resources

Polyvision: site tutorials On the Polyvision site, there are many great resources. You can sign up for free 45 minute webinars, held almost every day, on various topics around the Polyvision board. There are great video tutorials, and even a few case studies, such as the one involving the Upper Darby School District,. The case studies provide less instructional information and more feedback/reviews on how the boards are assisting instruction.

Polyvision has also set up a teacher community on a Ning site called “Bringing Learning to Life”. It has ongoing discussions set up for teachers at every grade level and every subject area. For example, one teacher posted an idea for a Webquest for music involving the Rock n Roll hall of Fame.

the most useful section may be the video tutorials for the Polyvision Board,which you can get to by clicking here.

The Polyvision communities seem pretty new, and not as active as communities in Classroom 2.0 or Edutopia.

Qwizdom, a Polyvision partner, does have some curriculum and resources available on its site, that you can access by clicking here. We haven’t tested this yet, so any exploration you do we’d love to hear your results/feedback.

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