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Slides from the 2014 LOEX conference

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  • Painting on an Electronic Easel Lindy Scripps-Hoekstra Grand Valley State University
  • Electronic Whiteboards 1WBs
  • Photo by Kevin Jarrett
  • My experience Photo by Steelcase
  • 30 11 20 Offer/Plan to Offer On Campus Do not offer Ochoa & Caswell
  • K-12
  • 63.50% 21.80% 14.70% K-12 Educators Have Own Share Source: Robert M. Resnick, Education Market Research Group
  • Photo by Darren Kuropatwa Engagement
  • “appetite for and enthusiastic response to innovative teaching” - Xu & Moloney, 2011 “captured their attention and motivated their work” - Schroeder, 2008 “the students really seem to pay more attention - Knight, 2003
  • Photo by Wesley Fryer Cure-all?
  • So you have a Smart Board… Photo by Danny Nicholson
  • Strategy 1: Take advantage of “drag-ability”
  • SecondaryPrimary Census statistics Article about significance of Pete Seeger Pete Seeger Recording Book about population changes in Detroit Experiment to treat depression by introducing meditation Book about medicinal benefits of meditation
  • Database Randomizer ABI- Inform Business Source Complete
  • T.V. marketing adults
  • Plagiarism? Using common knowledge without citing a source Using and citing someone’s exact phrasing without quotations
  • Strategy 2: Theatrical Tension
  • 10 Using common knowledge without citing a source Using and citing someone’s phrasing without quotations Plagiarism?
  • Strategy 3: Tools & Multimedia
  • Strategy 4: Brainstorming 2.0
  • Strategy 5: Word Processor Integration
  • Strategy 6: Opener Closer
  • Photo by Branden Mann
  • Photo by Nick deWolf Photo Archive Not Rethinking
  • Photo by Clyde
  • Photo by Hammerin Man Not Sharing
  • Sharing & Questions Slide background by Evelyn Flint
  • References • Ball, B. (2003). Teaching and learning mathematics with an interactive whiteboard. Micromath: A Journal of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics 19(1), 4. • Betcher, C., & Lee, M. (2009). The interactive whiteboard revolution: Teaching with IWBs. Camberwell, Australia: ACER Press. • Glover, D., Miller, D., Averis, D., & Door, V. (2005).The interactive whiteboard: A literature survey. Technology, Pedagogy & Education, 14(2), 155- 170. • Glover, D., Miller, D., Averis, D., & Door, V. (2007). The evolution of an effective pedagogy for teachers using the interactive whiteboard in mathematics and modern languages: An empirical analysis from the secondary sector. Learning, Media, & Technology, 32(1), 5-20. • Kearney, M., & Schuck, S. (2008).Exploring pedagogy with interactive whiteboards in Australian schools. Australian Educational Computing 23(1),8-14 • Knight, E. (2003). How smart is a SMART board for an academic library? Using an electronic whiteboard for research instruction. Kentucky Libraries 67(3), 4-7. • Ochoa, M.N., & Caswell, T. (2012). SPEC kit 328: Collaborative teaching and learning tools. Washington DC: Association of Research Libraries. • Schroeder, R. (2007). Active learning with interactive whiteboards: A literature review and case study for college freshmen. Communications in Information Literacy 1(2), 64-73. • Xu, H.L., & Moloney, R. (2011). “It makes the whole learning experience better”: Student feedback on the use of the interactive whiteboard in learning Chinese at the tertiary level. Asian Social Science 7(11), 20-34. • Young, J. (2002). „Electronic whiteboards‟ add flexibility to classrooms. Chronicle of Higher Education, 48(22), A36. • Young, J. (2006). Better technology in high schools raises students‟ expectations. Chronicle of Higher Education, 53(5), A31.