Teachers: Interactive whiteboards transform Vancouver school

Students at an East Vancouver, British Columbia, elementary school, including those with learning disabilities, are able to better show their knowledge and abilities as classes integrate new computerized, touch-sensitive whiteboards, educators say. "Kids today are different," teacher Dorothy Watkins said. "When it comes to technology, it's the way they are wired ... it's a completely different attitude to working on a chalkboard."

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