Are you a teacher who is interested in using Whiteboard.fi in your classroom, but not sure how to get started?
This article and step-by-step guide is designed to provide you with the information and resources you need to introduce Whiteboard.fi to your school decision-makers and get the support to implement the platform in your classroom.
Step 1: Learn about Whiteboard.fi
The first step in introducing Whiteboard.fi to your school decision-makers is to learn as much as you can about the platform and how it can benefit your students and classroom. You can start by exploring our website and learning about the various features and resources available through Whiteboard.fi. You may also want to consider joining our community of teachers and educators on social media, where you can ask questions, share ideas, and learn from others who are using Whiteboard.fi in their classrooms.
Step 2: Gather information and resources
Once you have a good understanding of Whiteboard.fi and how it can benefit your students and classroom, it's time to gather the information and resources you will need to make your case to your school decision-makers. This might include:
- A list of the specific features and resources offered by Whiteboard.fi that will be most beneficial to your students and classroom - whiteboard.fi/#features
- Data and research on the effectiveness of technology in education and the specific benefits of using Whiteboard.fi in the classroom - Connecting in a contactless classroom - Oxford Education Blog
- Testimonials from other teachers who are using Whiteboard.fi in their classrooms - whiteboard.fi/#testimonials
- Information on the cost and pricing of Whiteboard.fi, as well as any available funding sources or discounts - Find details and vendor documentation in our online store: https://whiteboard.onfastspring.com
You can also contact us directly via our Bulk Quote Request form
Step 3: Make your case
Once you have gathered all of the necessary information and resources, it's time to make your case to your school decision-makers. This might include presenting your findings to a school board or district leadership team or working with your school or district administrators to develop a plan for implementing Whiteboard.fi in your classroom.
Some tips for making your case:
- Be clear and concise: Focus on the key points and benefits of using Whiteboard.fi in your classroom, and avoid overwhelming your audience with too much information.
Highlight the specific benefits of Whiteboard.fi for your students and classroom: Emphasize how the platform will improve learning outcomes and support your teaching goals.
- Offer data and research to support your case: Use research and data to back up your arguments and show how Whiteboard.fi can make a positive impact on student learning.
- Be prepared to answer questions: Your school decision-makers may have questions about the cost, implementation, or other aspects of Whiteboard.fi. Be prepared to address their concerns and provide additional information as needed.
Step 4: Follow up and get support
After you have made your case to your school decision-makers, it's important to follow up and ensure that you have the support you need to implement Whiteboard.fi in your classroom. This might include working with your school or district administrators to develop a plan for implementation, seeking additional funding or resources, or collaborating with other teachers to share ideas and best practices.
We hope this knowledgebase has given you the information and resources you need to introduce Whiteboard.fi to your school decision-makers and get the support you need to implement the platform in your classroom.
We have prepared a document that teachers can use as a letter of request to introduce Whiteboard.fi to their school administrator:
Letter of Request
If you have any additional questions or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are here to help!
For further resources and supporting information, please reach out to support(at)whiteboard.fi
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