We are looking into purchasing (with IB library funds) whiteboards that can be checked out by teachers for use in the classroom. You may have used something similar if you've had events or classes at the College of Education at UNO. We have two options: a larger size for group work and a smaller size for individual or partner work. You can see below that each type is on an easel with casters so they can be easily moved to the classroom. The two examples below are from Steelcase and called "Huddleboards" and "Verb Whiteboards" in case you are interested in Googling for more information.
My question to you is "Which size do you think would be more beneficial in your classroom: the groupwork size or the personal size?"
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