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Interactive White Board
A. Attitudes towards Learning:
Numerous studies have shown that use of IWBs improves learning processes, specifically where
the integration between the teacher’s instruction style and the IWBs’ potential enables meaningful
B. Developing 21st Century Thinking and Learning Skills:
An expected long-term outcome of smart classrooms in general and IWBs in particular, is their
use to develop thinking and learning skills that are appropriate for the 21st century.
C. The Relationship between Use of IWBs and Student
Studies that have examined the relationship between the use of IWBs and student achievement
have yielded mixed findings
A. Teachers’ Attitudes toward Working with IWBs:
Various studies have found positive teacher attitudes towards working with IWBs.
C. Pedagogical Practices Using IWBs
Integrating technology into learning in general and with the IWB in particular raises the question-does the IWB make the teacher more interactive? In defining the task of the teacher as a “learning moderator,” the assumption is that the teacher will use fewer frontal instructional methods
and will alter instruction to be more dynamic and interactive.