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Title: Group 4: Interactive Whiteboards (IWB)

Group 4 Interactive Whiteboards (IWB)
  • Kristin Buhr
  • MaryLynne Martin
  • Jeff Sampson
  • We may inadvertently
  • Use IWB and SMART board
  • synonymously.

Picture from http//
Interactive Poll
  • How many of you have used and interactive

  • Teacher Benefits http//
  • Student Benefits
  • Technological Capabilities

Photo taken by HV Hire London from
  • Teacher Issues
  • Student Issues
  • Technology Issues

Photo taken by Dell Inc. from http//
Results of Research on effectiveness of
IWB as learning aid
  • What the technology provides to aid learning
  • Needs of teachers, the biggest determinant of IWB
  • Interactive Poll( have any of you had training on
    use of the IWB)
  • How school systems can ensure effective uses of
    the IWB

Effective Uses of IWBs
  • Student Supportive
  • Teacher Supportive

Photo by Michael Coghlan from http//
Ideas for integration of IWB in K-12 Classes
  • history timelines
  • geography/ map activities
  • concept maps w/ science
  • studying about rocks through
  • interactive learning
  • science experiments
  • making a story together
  • poetry
  • jeopardy
  • virtual field trips
  • teaching beginning of another language
  • teaching social skills

Photo from Microsoft PowerPoint clipart
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For more information
  • References
  • Links to Annotated Bibliographies with all
  • Mary Lynne Martin
  • Kristin Buhr
  • Jeff Sampson

Questions/ Comments??
  • Clipart from Microsoft PowerPoint
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