interactive whiteboards

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Interactive Whiteboards:

Interactive Whiteboards Kelly Murphy

What is it?:

What is it? Electronic Presentation Device Allows users to view, manipulate and create images Engaging



Identification of Position:

Identification of Position Learning students want to connect with Up-to-date information Clean and easy to use

appropriate contexts for use:

appropriate contexts for use Not a direct form of teaching To engage students in cooperative learning

Pedagogical Approaches:

Pedagogical Approaches Constructivist approach Multiple Intelligences Supports most learning styles

Classroom/Student Organisation:

Classroom/Student Organisation Wall mounted Portable Hazards

Legal/Ethical Considerations:

Legal/Ethical Considerations School ICT Policies Software filtering devices

Curriculum Area Focus:

Curriculum Area Focus Literacy Math Science HPE SOSE Art Science

Thank you:

Thank you


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