…While teaching with the Promethean board you can use…objects and connectors in order to show relationships between items.…If you're an English teacher this is a…great way to help students organize a paper…by having a visual flow chart and using…connecting lines to show the relationship between characters.…The first thing we need to do is to go…ahead and start adding some objects on to our page.…I'm going to start by using some shapes.…On the toolbox, I'm going to go and select the…Shape icon, and I'm going to select the rounded square.…Here I'm just going to go ahead and drag…out a few rounded squares on this particular page.…
Under a page browser, I'm going to come over to our property…browser Then choose the Select icon and choose one of the boxes.…Under our property browser, I'm just going…to minimize absolutely everything except for the label.…The label allows me to add some text to this particular box.…I'm going to go ahead and type out setting and then click down to the font size.…Here I'll increase the font size to about 18.…
- Setting up a Promethean board
- Syncing your computer with your Promethean board
- Creating new presentations
- Annotating over your desktop
- Recording videos
- Adding timed quiz questions
- Controlling interactions in the Property Browser
- Using Magic Ink
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator CC 2013 One-on-One: Intermediatewith Deke McClelland11h 37m Intermediate
1. Setting Up a Promethean Board
2. Exploring the ActivInspire Software
3. Teaching with a Promethean Board
4. Creating ActivInspire Interactive Presentations
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