Interactive Whiteboards: new tools, new pedagogies, new learning?
- ICT Landscape review: a Concept Map
- Towards a Theory of Visual Learning
- Interactive Whiteboards
- Visualiser Evaluation
- Maps of Ideas
Reflections from teachers
From February 2003 to November 2003 an online questionnaire was posted on the MirandaNorth and Virtual Learning websites asking for data on the use of Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs) in education. It was publicised across a number of listservs and message boards. More than 100 responses were received: data was drawn from 90 of these.
28% of respondents were from Primary schools
50% from Secondary schools.
Promethean ACTIVboards were the most widely installed IWBs in schools (74%) and constituted 100% of the total in British Council Language schools.