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A short, visual presentation about teachers and student's belief's about electronic whiteboards and the research evidence.

A short, visual presentation about teachers and student's belief's about electronic whiteboards and the research evidence.

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    • The IWB and Classroom Practice Findings from Research
    • Beliefs
    • 6 Schools and a range of classes A focus on pedagogy
    • T&S Belief: Easy to Use (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • T&S Belief: Discovery and learning of new skills (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • T&S Belief: Value as a catalyst for teacher learning (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • T&S Belief: Interactivity (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • T&S Belief: Match to Digital Culture of Students (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • T&S Belief: The visual nature of the board (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • T&S Belief: Immediacy, flexibility and convenience (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • School Executive Belief: Facilitation of Reflective Practice (Shuck & Kearney 2007)
    • Shuck & Kearney “saw varied evidence of these outcomes occurring.”
    • Teachers love them but sometimes for the wrong reason! (Kennewell, 2006)
    • Preparation, flexibility, presentation etc. (Smith et. al., 2005)
    • Motivation and engagement (Higgins et. Al., 2005)
    • Mostly reinforcement of current teaching styles. (Hall and Higgins 2005)
    • Emphasis on direct teaching and questioning (Kennewell 2006)
    • Photo References First Grade in Shreveport, Louisiana - 1963 http://www.flickr.com/photos/96608399@N00/222291503 Learner by rosiehardy Research by jazzmasterson Beliefs http://www.flickr.com/photos/76195812@N00/ Interactive by Sameli DigiGen by Light and Life A Watched Pot by Josh Sommers Interactive Whiteboard by LJMoo Classroom by rafnap Classroom Jesus by wiseacre photo Ying and Yang by Nasher Photographer by sharaff