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John Simkin

Interactive Whiteboards

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Interactive Whiteboards are becoming an increasingly common classroom resource. Some experts have said this is going to be the killer application we have been waiting for. Do you agree? What have your experiences been with Interactive Whiteboards? Do you know of any good websites that have helped you use this new technology?

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REvIEW Project: Research and Evaluation of Interactive Electronic Whiteboards, University of Hull in collaboration with Promethean: http://www.thereviewproject.org. Supported by NESTA FutureLab: http://www.nestafuturelab.org

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I have just had one demonstrated to me in a newly built Canberra school and I was greatly impressed and I am not an IT buff. The school currently had one between each two rooms - they are pretty expensive here as yet, but no doubt prices will come down. It was a kindergarten and the applications seemed endles and highly productive. They are predicting they will be in every Australian classroom in the next decade. I could see many creatuive ways of using them from Kinder through tertiary. Yes, I was an immediately converted fan! We are experimenting with a few here in Tasmania but money will be the difficulty.

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