Making the most out of interactive whiteboards

12/12/2012 | Scholastic Administrator magazine

In some classrooms, interactive whiteboards go unused or are used as a place to hang posters and student work. To make the most of the devices, experts suggest schools identify teachers who are excited about the technology as "early adopters" and make training relevant. It's also important, experts say in this article, to ensure that teachers have clear goals for the devices. "The goal should be student-centered instruction, moving past using it as a glorified overhead projector," said Shayla Rexrode, manager of education solutions for SMART Technologies, a whiteboard manufacturer.

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