Whiteboards prove a hit

7th September 2001 at 01:00
Interactive whiteboards had a "very positive" impact and helped improve literacy teaching in the majority of 11 Surrey primary schools involved in a study by the local education authority. In the best examples, the boards excited and motivated children to participate in the lesson, and even with basic use there was still an eagerness to take part. However, poor ICT competence among teachers meant that the project had a slow start. For the full report use the email address below.davidkr@surreycmc.gov.uk

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