Using the Interactive Whiteboard- The Lost Thing activity

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This activity links in well with this week’s reading by Higgins et al (2007) as the focus on this lesson is student-directed rather than teacher-directed. As asserted by Higgins et al (2007), the Interactive Whiteboard provides many opportunities for engaging activities when used appropriately. The use of the soundscape links in particularly well with this notion as this activity would not be as effective or possible if you were to use a regular whiteboard in the classroom. 

 

References

Higgins, S., G. Beauchamp, and D. Miller (2007), Reviewing the literature on interactive whiteboards, Learning, Media and technology, 32(3), 213-225.

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One thought on “Using the Interactive Whiteboard- The Lost Thing activity

  1. joncallow

    Thanks Nicole. All your posts are up to date. I enjoyed your summary of Pericles blogging article, where you note that “Having a sense of a belonging is crucial for any student and a blog is an effective tool to keep in your toolkit” IWB lesson covers key ideas and links to reading quite well. Your insights on scoop it are extensive and helpful for a teacher using your site – great work! Cheers, Jon

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