Multiple writing surfaces promote collaboration by allowing groups to share information easily as they work. When a variety of writing surfaces are provided, learners also have choice in which writing surface they use.
Watch how this eighth grade math and science teacher resurfaced his chalkboards and classroom desks with whiteboard paint to create an interactive learning environment. By painting multiple surfaces, students have easy access to writing surfaces that can also be used collaboratively.
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Learn how products like Post-it Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface allow students and teachers to quickly transform any surface into a whiteboard. By having the flexibility and ease of sticking the dry erase surface on anything, students can creatively write anywhere.