Once again he eschews chalkboard economics in favour of a reader-friendly guide to the economics of everyday life.
The diagrams on the chalkboard will still be familiar.
After a little time at the chalkboard they had their plan in place.
Thistle lists its ever-changing menu on a chalkboard, along with the names of its purveyors.
The teacher turned to the chalkboard, her book open on the desk, and began to write instructions for the children to copy.
For others, following a process step-by-step on the chalkboard or whiteboard makes much more sense.
Out went the stalwarts of traditional math: the rote memorization drills, the droning chalkboard lectures.
Seating is at contemporary dark-wood tables and booths, and a giant chalkboard displays the menu.
The relaxed setting features exposed brick walls, chalkboard menus, hardwood floors and ceiling fans.
The dinning room has bright lighting, table seating, fish decorations and chalkboard menu on the wall.
British Dictionary definitions for chalkboard
(US & Canadian) a hard or rigid surface made of a smooth usually dark substance, used for writing or drawing on with chalk, esp in teaching Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) blackboard