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Interactive whiteboards. Finding and adapting resources. By the end of this session, learners will: Be able to identify ways to use an interactive whiteboard in their own teaching Be aware of the different uses and teaching methods

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Interactive whiteboards

Finding and adapting resources


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By the end of this session, learners will:

Be able to identify ways to use an interactive whiteboard in their own teaching

Be aware of the different uses and teaching methods

Be able to: use the SMART Board pens, keyboard and the toolbar

Plan effective use of whiteboards with individuals and groups

Intended outcomes


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What is an interactive whiteboard?

  • A way to control your computer from a board at the front of a class:

    • A computer connects to a projector and to the board

    • A touch on the board with pen or finger works like a mouse click to interact with the computer

The Review Project help sheet 1


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What the whiteboard can offer

It motivates learners and teachers: both take part in the lesson.

Provides access to extra resources.

Allows different abilities to work together.

Enables sharing: outcomes, knowledge and experiences.

The use of multimedia supports more than one learning style.

Colour, sound and video can support inclusion and special learning needs.


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Software and features

  • Notebook.

  • Toolbar.

  • Microsoft® Applications.

The Review Project help sheet 2


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Geography

Biology

Anatomy

Hospitality and catering

Leisure and tourism euro debate

Examples of interactive documents


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The Good Guide to Interactive Whiteboards

  • The Good Guide to Interactive Whiteboards CD-ROM gives examples of how the previous documents work within an educational setting.

  • The content on the CD-ROM explores issues under headings such as:

  • Presentation

  • Open practice

  • Techniques for teaching and learning

Note: You will need to install the contents of the CD-ROM onto your computer to view it.


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Explore the following:

Notebook software

Toolbar

Text recognition

Interactive documents

Hands-on time

The Review Project help sheet 3


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Your local RSC

The Review Project [www.thereviewproject.org/links.htm]: Useful links to further information and downloadable resources

Ferl website [ferl.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?page=9]: Search the Technology for E-Learning section for resources and information

AClearn website [www.aclearn.net/technical/hardware/whiteboards/]

Becta ICT Advice website [www.ictadvice.org.uk/]: Search for information relating to purchasing and using an interactive whiteboard

Further information and help


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