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whiteboard in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhiteboardwhite‧board /ˈwaɪtbɔːd $ -bɔːrd/ noun [countable]  SEa large board with a white smooth surface that you can write on, used, for example, in rooms where classes are taughtblackboard
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whiteboardHughes, with sandy hair half way down his back, grabs a marker and scribbles the agenda on a whiteboard.Our journeys on the whiteboard suggest that it holds the key to our concepts of beauty.Projection on to the whiteboard is made directly, using the white surface as the screen.