Whiteboard In A Box Blog

Why a Whiteboard is Better Than a Big Computer Screen

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Most conference rooms have a whiteboard at one end for people to offer presentations to groups of people, and they also often will have a large monitor for the presenter to opt for a computer-generated presentation such as PowerPoint. Both have advantages, but we believe that the whiteboard option is superior in many instances, and here's why: With a computer presentation, there's usually just one person in control and able to change things on the screen. One mouse and one keyboard. With a whiteboard, everyone can get involved, especially if it's a creative or design-oriented project. Everyone can add their...

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Whiteboards Stimulate Student Learning

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It's a New Year! Introduce mini-whiteboards to your classroom! Students love working on their own whiteboards; it's a great way of keeping an entire class actively involved in a lesson. Individual student whiteboards are the 21st-century version of the chalk slates used by students in colonial times. As thousands of teachers have found, whiteboards are a great way of actively involving students in the learning process -- and a terrific tool for immediate feedback and assessment. Sixty-five percent of the population are visual learners. That is, they use images, pictures, colors, and other visual media to organize and learn information. The...

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Christmas and Hanukkah Art - Holiday Art Projects

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We sell our products primarily to businesses, schools, and people who enjoy various art and craft hobbies and projects. Our motto for everyone is "Unleash Your Creativity" and we believe it applies to everyone. Dry erase boards and markers let people express creative concepts, develop ideas, or just have fun. This time of year people get especially creative with decorations and holiday art. We researched the first when the earliest Christmas and Hanukkah art and found some interesting information. Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday commemorating the re-dedication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt...

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Charting Your New Year's Resolutions

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Ask any successful person about how they attained wealth, fame, or a position of power and we bet they will say they made goals, wrote them down, and then worked to reach them. You will find very few, if any who did not do that. An article in Entrepreneur magazine The Power of Writing Down Your Goals stresses the importance of setting goals to pen and ink, not just keeping them in your head "...write down eight to ten goals you want to achieve this time next year. It’s good to include some balance on that list with health, fitness,...

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Why You Should Do Business with a Small Business

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This Saturday is Small Business Saturday and we hope everyone visits their local small businesses or shops online with a small company. It's not easy competing with giant corporations that dominate many industries, but we are motivated to keep working hard and we love the story of David and Goliath! In the dry-erase business, we compete against the big office supply stores as well as giant retail operations.The thing that makes us unique is that we specialize in a specific niche and this allows us to truly listen to our customers and understand what their needs are. Here are a...

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