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The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution: Teaching with IWBs

Mal Lee Christopher Betcher

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Australian Council Educational Research (ACER)
01 May 2009
Educational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning (CAL); Health & Self-Help
Interactive whiteboards are not just another classroom technology. As the first digital technology designed specifically for teaching and learning, they have the potential to radically alter the way we learn and facilitate the integration and ready use of all other digital technologies - hardware and software. Just as the blackboard was the symbol and transformative technology of the 18th century classroom, the interactive whiteboard will be the centrepiece of the 21st century digital classroom. The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution provides a wealth of information on: getting your school started with IWBs; selecting the right IWB technology; principles and strategies for effective IWB teaching; lesson design and software tools; professional development, training and support. The book contains eight case studies of leading educators talking about how they use IWBs. Above all, the book makes the point that IWBs are great tools to help great teachers do what they do best.
Edited by:   Mal Lee, Christopher Betcher
Imprint:   Australian Council Educational Research (ACER)
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 154mm,  Spine: 13mm
Weight:   286g
ISBN:   9780864318176
ISBN 10:   0864318170
Pages:   200
Publication Date:   01 May 2009
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  College/higher education ,  Undergraduate ,  Primary
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mal Lee is an educational consultant specialising in the development of digital technology in schools. He is a former director of schools and secondary school principal, who has written extensively on the effective use of ICT in teaching practice. He is co-author of Leading a Digital School: Principles and practice (ACER Press, 2008) and The Use of Instructional Technology: Lessons to be learned (ACER Press, 2009). Chris Betcher has taught in a variety of classroom settings both in Australia and overseas and now works with teachers and students to help them use technology in engaging, effective and pedagogically sound ways. He is a frequent speaker on interactive whiteboards and other digital learning technologies and is currently the ICT Integrator at Presbyterian Ladies College in Sydney, Australia.

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