writing board

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Noun1.writing board - work surface consisting of a wide lightweight board that can be placed across the lap and used for writingwriting board - work surface consisting of a wide lightweight board that can be placed across the lap and used for writing
clipboard - a small writing board with a clip at the top for holding papers
lapboard - writing board used on the lap as a table or desk
work surface - a horizontal surface for supporting objects used in working or playing games
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Install a chalkboard or a glass writing board for your reminders, grocery list or little notes of inspiration to get you through the day.
Textbooks on mobiles for blind students Visually impaired students of Class X, XI and XII who are writing board exams this year will have additional aid in the form of textbooks on their mobile phones along with the existing Braille books and audio formats.
"The 2016 programme is our best yet, with world-class authors and more programmed events ." Primary one, two and three pupils across the country will be treated to free books, writing board launch Book Week materials and counting games.
This paper presents a computervision based interactive writing board, which is low cost, easy to use and easy to implement.
Here, he'd write on a green baize writing board placed across his lap, while all his offspring and grandchildren were banned from ever entering, scared away by Dahl with tales of ferocious wolves lurking inside.
Another eye-catching exhibit is Siansy Technology Limited's LED writing board, with high brightness LED chips that enhance the visual impact.
As described by participant undergraduate students, using a writing board in class can effectively enhance interest, attention, and communication, and is a friendly way to express ideas and reduce social anxiety.
Table 9 indicates that according to 55.78% trainee teachers (52.41% male and 66.66% female) writing board was the frequently used; 21.92% viewed that charts were frequently used; 19.64% stated that overhead projector was frequently used while only 2.63% trainees were of the view that computer was the most frequently used as an A.V.
This would be one of our favorites; it didn't get the way while strapped to the leg, it's durable and it has a writing board. The only problem we have is that the iPad can only be viewed in portrait mode.