• Summary
  • Contents
  • Subject index

Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs) are becoming increasingly common in schools and early years settings, and it is important for trainees to be equipped with the necessary skills and understanding to use them effectively to enhance learning. This book takes a thematic approach, examining all the key issues required to get the most out of this versatile learning technology. All chapters contain case studies from a range of subject areas and across the key stages, ensuring the text is rooted in the reality of the primary classroom and its curriculum.

Technical Introduction
Technical introduction
Introduction

Potential users often look at an interactive whiteboard as if it were a technical challenge, when it is more accurate to say that the technical hurdle is really just a preliminary to something far more important. The real challenge is the conception and delivery of useful and engaging teaching resources, ...

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