Using the Interactive White Board in Teaching and Learning (Background –…
Using the Interactive White Board in Teaching and
Background – Use of Interactive White Boards (IWBs)
Drag and drop: an item on the board that can move in various directions.
Hide and reveal: an item located on top of others can be removed.
Highlighting: a clear color that can be placed on top of writing.
. Animation: Items can be spun, change size, and move in a pre-determined direction.
Storage and recall: Unlimited storage and quick recall of material.
Feedback: When touching a particular item, there is visual or auditory feedback
The use of IWBs integrates the functions of a regular board with additional means that enable
interactive and constructivist learning and teaching
A. Attitudes towards Learning
B. Developing 21st Century Thinking and Learning Skills
C. The Relationship between Use of IWBs and Student
A. Teachers’ Attitudes toward Working with IWBs
B. Developmental Typology of Teachers Using IWBs
C. Pedagogical Practices Using IWBs
Goals and Research Questions
Methods of Analysis
Implementation Models for the IWBs in Schools
Student Perspective: Will there be a change in the level of
student engagement in learning? What kind of change?
Teacher Perspective: Will there be a change in teachers’
instructional processes? What kind of change?