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blackboard in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblackboardblack‧board /ˈblækbɔːd $ -bɔːrd/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  blackboard.jpg SEa board with a dark smooth surface, used in schools for writing on with chalkwhiteboard
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blackboardAnd through another he saw a classroom with lots of tiny desks and a blackboard at one end.The screen becomes an individualised blackboard for each child.Nailed to the wall was a large blackboard with a compartment for chalk attached to it.Mathematicians scribble equations on blackboards and program supercomputers to make the billions of calculations needed to break a tough code.Compatibility between components was ensured by using a structurally uniform global database, the blackboard.Periodically he will explain a rule or illustrate its use on the blackboard.Table 9. 1 illustrates how your blackboard might look.