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Interactive Whiteboard

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by AwakeDreamingUK, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. On its own an IWB won't make a difference. Effective use of an IWB can add to engagement, but it is the 'effective use' rather than the 'IWB' part that makes the difference. Most of our Maths department make very effective usage of IWBs. MFL does a pretty good job too.

    I have seen few other subjects find IWBs beneficial.

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