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Discussion in 'Secondary' started by Worktop04, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. I looked at the survey - but faced with a question asking would I replace my IWB because of projector failure, I opted out, because I'd just replace the projector. Don't they know anything?
    Assuming all your interactive whiteboards are in working condition, which one
    of the following reasons would be most likely to make you consider replacing
    your oldest interactive whiteboards?


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    [​IMG]Assuming all your interactive whiteboards are in
    working condition, which one of the following reasons would be most likely to
    make you consider replacing your oldest interactive whiteboards? To
    create consistent learning experience across school e.g. hardware and
    software
    [​IMG]Projector end of life
    [​IMG]Part of a wider refurbishment
    [​IMG]Availability of ICT budget/funding
    [​IMG]Technological advancements offer new features we don&rsquo;t have in our
    old boards</td></tr></table>
     
  2. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    We don't even fix the white boards that are broken.
    Fortunately, mine still goes.
    P
     

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