Items Tagged as "Staff Development"

Losing Toolbar

Cameron.Nichols's picture

I seemed to have lost the Mimio tools. How do I get it back?


Excellent question and one that we see quite often. It is possible that the toolbar gets hidden between different applications you have open if you are switching back and forth. You should be able to open up for Toolbar from TOOLS>MIMIOSTUDIO TOOLS in the top menu of notebook, from the shortcut on your computer or from the paintbrush icon in the lower right hand corner of MimioStudio Notebook. If for some reason you are still not able to find it I would save your document and close out of Notebook completely and then reopen it.

Question sender: 
Tracy S.

So You Got An iPad?

Subjects: Staff Development
Language: English
Grade Level: Hr. Ed. | Age 19+
Posted: Sep. 8, 2013   Posted by: jvarnon

Using the Back to School Pack in Your Classroom

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How do I use the Back to School gallery pack to build a lesson using the templates or use multiple templates?


The MimioConnect Back to School Gallery Pack is chalked full of lessons, templates and images that will help you establish your beginning of the year routines. This short video shows how you can use premade complete lessons or build your own customized lessons picking and choosing templates from this gallery that best fit your classroom needs.

Download the Back to School Gallery Pack for your classroom!

To see how you can use the Back to School Gallery Pack in your classroom, watch the short video below.

To learn even more about how to create interactive lessons within MimioStudio Notebook for your classroom, join us for a FREE Mimio Quicklearn session available in both live and on-demand formats.

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How to Create Objective Boxes in MimioStudio Notebook Lessons

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How can I create objective boxes in my MimioStudio Notebook lessons?


As a classroom teacher, explaining your lesson objectives to your students is an important part of the learning process. This short video demonstrates how to create objective boxes within your MimioStudio Notebook lessons. Adding objective boxes to your MimioStudio Notebook lessons will make them more effective in the classroom.

To learn even more about how to create interactive lessons within MimioStudio Notebook for your classroom, join us for a FREE Mimio Quicklearn session available in both live and on-demand formats.

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Summer Gallery Pack

Cameron.Nichols's picture

I'm looking for some content to use to plan my end of the year lessons. Does MimioConnect have anything available?

Schools out for Summer….well almost! Are you looking for resources to help plan those end of the year lesson plans? Let MimioConnect save you some time in search of the perfect content because we have it all right here in our amazing Summer Gallery Pack! From sandcastles to starfish, interactive lessons, and templates ready to use we have it all! Watch the video to find out what this free resource has to offer and don’t forget to download it today. Whatever your Summer lesson planning needs are we have it covered. Click HERE to download this amazing resource!
Question sender: 
Christine T.

File Insert

Cameron.Nichols's picture

Is there a way to insert a table?

You will be happy to know that you have a few different options when it comes to inserting a table into your MimioStudio Notebook lesson. I’m not sure which application the table you are trying to insert is formatted in but you can try to copy and paste it in by right clicking on the table, select COPY and then once you are in MimioStudio Notebook simply right click again and select PASTE. You could also do this by using the menu options at the top of MimioStudio Notebook. If the copy/paste option doesn’t work you can always use the screen clipping tool (which is on your toolbar) to clip the chart and add it to your lesson. In this case it would be easy for the students to use various tools to annotate the table. Another option is to simply keep the table in its native application and use Screen Annotation which would freeze the screen and allow for you or your students to annotate the table. When using this method a copy of your annotations is automatically saved in your Gallery for future reference.
Question sender: 
Terry T.

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