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    Whiteboard wizardry with Kami

    No matter how much our classrooms become inundated with technology, there will always be teachable moments that take place at the chalkboard. This “ready to write” space gives both teachers and students the ability to instantly express, erase, and then express again.   But, what happens when the classroom is virtual, and the online students can’t see or write on the chalkboard? What happens when students are absent and miss the teachable chalkboard moments? What happens when you want to recall chalkboard notes after you’ve erased them?   Imagine a chalkboard that travels with you. Imagine a chalkboard that students can access anytime, anywhere. Imagine a chalkboard with the ability…