Whiteboard for starters

7th May 2004 at 01:00
The versatility and potential of interactive whiteboards are just beginning to be appreciated. Anyone exploring this exciting educational landscape will benefit from The Good Guide to Interactive Whiteboards. Drawing on a two-year research project and observation of more than 200 lessons, the CD-Rom shows how the newest technology can be smoothly integrated with the most established pedagogic principles. Techniques for developing teaching and learning and using interactive methods are combined with more general guidance on how, where and when to bring whiteboards into play. The guide is produced by the Review project and can be obtained on application to your LEA. www.thereviewproject.org

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