Tuesday, August 18, 2009


I have been lucky enough to see a teaching lesson using the Interactive whiteboard. I was amazed at just how much one can do with it. The teacher modelled narratives, the students played maths games (and worked collaborately together). The students have presented oral presentations on the board using the powerpoints they made. The list just goes on. As I watch the students, they are engaged with the lesson as there are so many uses for this technology. The large screen enables all to see. Allocating one of these to every classroom should be a priority to the Government as the possibilities are endless and some students are missing out. The learning framework for this ICT falls under the banner of engaged learning, problem based learning and Oliver's design.

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