media that allows the user to influence and react to it.
continuous two-way transfer of information between a computer and its user.
Implies that the user exert some control, and not just be a passive page-turner recipient.
Student Interaction http://www. mirandanet .ac. uk/ftp/whiteboard . pdf
Interaction provides the teacher with insight into student thinking process Photo by Paul Allison (Creative Commons License: Attribution, Non-Commercial) http://flickr.com/photos/paulallison/52660988/in/photostream/
Next came the statement in 1940 that “the motion picture is the most revolutionary instrument introduced into education since the printing press”.
NEW TECHNOLOGIES: MIRAGE OR MIRACLE? Photo by acroamatic (Creative Commons License: Attribution, Non-Commercial) http://flickr.com/photos/acroamatic/286556302/
History... 1960s: The overhead projector hits the big time in classrooms everywhere. 2005: “Monochrom” composes song called “Farewell to Overhead.” Goal: Use the board for much, much more than to merely project notes. Robert McElroy, esnips.com wikipedia.com
Using Easiteach to build interactive lessons Tutorial Video Sample Easiteach Lessons
Before lunch…. Photo by bast (Creative Commons License: Attribution) http://flickr.com/photos/-bast-/349497988/
Don’t get STUCK on the software… After lunch…. We will explore other resources to use with Interactive Whiteboard Photo by jeffk (Creative Commons License: Attribution) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffk/742307285/
Strategies for Interactive Teaching & Learning