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Old 08-06-2014, 08:37 AM
 
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Is it just me, or is Smart Exchange pretty worthless? I almost never find anything that's worth using or is a complete set (ie, lessons for Treasures or Everyday Math). I might find a single lesson, but that's it. It seems like I end up getting more useful lessons from using Google.

I find the same to be true about MimioConnect.


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I find good pieces of lessons. Usually a few pages that save me time when creating my lessons. Sometimes I just take the base of a lesson/game and add my own content to them.

As for complete lessons, I have never found a perfect lesson in my life. I always have to pull from all different places whether it is SmartBoard based or not.
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I always have to adapt them too, I'm especially disappointed with the SMART question sets they have on there.
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