Wipebook sponsors workshops and PD sessions!
Thank you @pgliljedahl for showing us the importance of a Thinking Classroom for our Ss. Lots of great learning today @GPCSD @BurdessAlicia @WatsonChristie @Tondo79 @SabrinaFentie @danaheidemann @csmacmillan pic.twitter.com/SraONn8SBO— Lesley Allison (@LesleyIAllison) February 15, 2019
NEED WIPEBOOK FLIPCHARTS FOR YOUR NEXT EDUCATOR WORKSHOP OR PD DAY
Wipebook gear comes in all shapes and sizes. Some of our products are the size of flipcharts for group work and collaboration, while other products are small and portable so you can bring them where ever you go. One thing is common though, all of our products allow you to save paper while working things out.
HELP BUILD THE THINKING CLASSROOM
Be non-linear in your classroom, presentations and meetings by using our non-permanent gear to help you and your students draw connections, think outside of the box, and ultimately solve more complex math and science problems. Wipebook flipcharts are the perfect tool for working things out and communicating your awesome ideas. And unlike typical flipcharts, Wipebook flipcharts comprise our patented dry erase sheets that are interchangeable and reusable: The perfect tool for collaborating, ideating, and communicating.
Non-permanent surfaces have shown to increase creativity because they allow for freedom, flexibility and the modification of ideas quickly and easily which isn't ALWAYS possible on paper. This is especially important because it not only mitigates the stress of paper wastage, but allows for an amazingly engaging problem solving experience. Whether you are doing homework with your kids, or trying to learn something new, a Wipebook flipchart will allow you to make mistakes as part of the learning process so that you can concentrate on the real problem without worrying about wasting paper because you made an error.
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