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Interactive White Boards Do They Positively Impact Education?. By: Sheri Cooper & Lauren Townsend. Advantages of IWBs. Advantages for Students. Increased Participation Increased Motivation Opportunity to delve into complex and abstract subjects. Advantages for Teachers. Flexibility

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Interactive white boards do they positively impact education

Interactive White BoardsDo They Positively Impact Education?

By: Sheri Cooper&

Lauren Townsend


Advantages of iwbs

Advantages of IWBs


Advantages for students

Advantages for Students

  • Increased Participation

  • Increased Motivation

  • Opportunity to delve into complex and abstract subjects


Advantages for teachers

Advantages for Teachers

  • Flexibility

  • Multiple Resources

  • Reaches multiple and diverse students


Disadvantages of iwbs

Disadvantages of IWBs


Disadvantages for students

Disadvantages for Students

  • Quickly lose appeal

  • Less time on content

  • One note lessons


Disadvantages for teachers

Disadvantages for Teachers

  • Technical Issues

  • Teacher Training

  • Shifts attention from student to technology


Effectiveness of smart board technology

Effectiveness of Smart Board Technology


Effectiveness of smart board technology1

Effectiveness of Smart Board Technology

  • As a tool for non-linear learning

    • By accessing text and media

    • Ability to move back and forth among pages

    • Ability to present the same information in different ways


Effectiveness of smart board technology2

Effectiveness of Smart Board Technology

  • Combines the benefits of interactive computer use with group learning

    • Internet access

    • Videos

    • Large screen


Effectiveness of smart board technology3

Effectiveness of Smart Board Technology

  • As a tool for multi-modal teaching

    • Descriptive

    • Experimental

    • Mathematical

    • Figurative

    • Kinesthetic


Effectiveness of smart board technology4

Effectiveness of Smart Board Technology

  • As a tool for teaching children with disabilities

    • Manipulatives

    • Auditory and Visual Cues

    • Interactive video

    • Various assessment strategies


Effective use of smart board technology

Effective Use of Smart Board Technology


Effective use of smart board technology1

Effective Use of Smart Board Technology

  • Must have adequate training and time to find appropriate software

    • Provide incentives to increase IWB skills

    • Vendor training

    • In-service training

    • Tutorials

    • Cooperative learning among teachers


Effective use of smart board technology2

Effective Use of Smart Board Technology

  • must be an integral part of the lesson, not something tacked on to be fun

    • Create lessons on the IWB

    • Use features in the software


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