Holly Rocchetti, a fifth-grade teacher in Alexandria, Va., first used an interactive whiteboard two years ago and now considers it an integral part of classroom instruction. The benefits, she said in this article, include enhanced student engagement, classroom organization and improved teaching and learning. Rocchetti suggests that teachers new to the technology have a backup plan in case there is a glitch and to seek help from other, tech-savvy teachers.
How the interactive whiteboard can enhance instruction
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