When using Dry Erase Boards in the classroom as a student response tool, size matters. Most student dry erase boards are too small for the teacher to read the student responses from the front of the room. The dry erase boards need to be large enough for the teacher to see every student's response. The teacher can see all the responses with just a glance when students all hold up our full size student response boards.
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