INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS


ENGLISH AND THE IWB
http://lsa.wikispaces.com/IWB+for+Literacy
http://www.diigo.com/user/jssalc/IWB_English

MATHS AND THE IWB
http://lsa.wikispaces.com/IWB+for+Numeracy
http://iwbmaths.co.uk/index.php?option=com_sobi2&catid=71
http://www.iwbmathstraining.co.uk/index.php?option=com_2j_tabs&Itemid=24
http://www.diigo.com/user/jssalc/IWB_Maths
http://www.iwbmathstraining.co.uk/index.php?option=com_2j_tabs&Itemid=24#twoj_fragment1-3

ART AND THE IWB
http://artisinteractive.wikispaces.com/Artisinteractive
http://artisinteractive.wikispaces.com/List+of+IWB+Ideas

http://kccteachers.wikispaces.com/IWB+Resources

















Effective Uses of IWBs
"The primary purpose of interactive white boards is – Interactivity between teachers and students with content!
The following are the six most [[../2010/06/30/6-tips-and-tricks-for-using-interactive-white-boards/|common manipulations]] used for securing interactivity:
  • Drag and Drop – where an on-screen item is moved for purposes of classification, processing, comparing items, ordering terms, testing hypotheses etc. These actions often cause other actions or expect further action or comments from students.
  • Hide and Reveal – hiding and then opening a response once a student has understood an idea. This allows the scaffolding of ideas so conceptual understanding takes place.
  • Movement or Animation – used to demonstrate principles and illustrate concept explanations [[../2010/07/26/engaging-students-with-digital-media-in-science-and-math/|using digital videos or images]].
  • Color, Shading and Highlighting – used for emphasizing similarities and differences, enhancing explanations, and allowing reinforcement through greater emphasis.
  • Matching Items – examples include equivalent fractions, a straight line with its graph, an equation with its solution, chemical properties, physical properties, life cycles, and many more.
  • Immediate Feedback – for teacher or student as consequence of one of the other five manipulations or assessment using Clickers."
See
http://www.teachscienceandmath.com/2010/07/28/why-interactive-white-boards-are-used-ineffectively-in-classrooms/

Delicious-Smartboard links and IWB and AISNSWICT links

SMARTBOARD BASICS


and SMARTBOARD basics from Learning 2.0 blog and wiki

SMARTBOARD GLOG