Tips for using interactive whiteboards in lessons

06/22/2011 | eSchool News (free registration)

Teachers must develop interactive components to fully utilize interactive whiteboards and make lessons more engaging for students, suggests Alyssa Porter of DYMO/Mimio. Such content includes objectives that require student participation and opportunities for students to practice new skills, Porter offers. K-12 technology resources instructor Tracy Tishion also suggests that teachers need not create all-new lessons but build interactive components into existing lesson plans.

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