Presentation on theme: "Interactive Whiteboard Technology: Weaving Together Teaching and Learning Dr Karen Murcia School of Education Murdoch University."— Presentation transcript:
Interactive Whiteboard Technology: Weaving Together Teaching and Learning Dr Karen Murcia School of Education Murdoch University
Interactive Whiteboard Data Projector Laptop Computer Handwriting recognition Word files/ clip art Gallery images Internet Video clips Audio
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I find it easier to understand most topics when I can ‘see’ what they mean through a short video, diagram or even better an interactive game or quiz. It makes the lesson fun, gets us up and moving around. A good way to capture attention and get students interested. It’s new and exciting and it arouses curiosity. It helped make a boring and confusing subject interesting and understandable. The ability to physically do operations and processes on the IWB was helpful and gave meaning to the written processes. It gives students another way to understand the topic, therefore catering to a wider range of students learning styles. One of the benefits of the interactive whiteboard was being able to actually do things on the board, hands on rather than watching. The information being presented sank in more. Student Feedback